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Ralph Kellard (1882–1955)

Ralph Kellard was born on June 16, 1882 in New York City, New York, USA as Thomas J.J. Kelly. He was an actor, known for Women Everywhere (1930), The Precious Parcel (1916) and Her Mother's Secret (1915). He was married to Rebecca Lee Dorsey. He died on February 5, 1955 in New York City. See full bio »
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Known For

Women Everywhere
Women Everywhere Michael Kopulos
The Precious Parcel
The Precious Parcel Nigel Stuart
Her Mother's Secret
Her Mother's Secret Seth Cartwright / Seth Cartwright, Jr.
The Shielding Shadow
The Shielding Shadow Jerry Carson


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 1930 Women Everywhere
Michael Kopulos
 1924 Who's Cheating?
Larry Fields
 1924 Virtuous Liars
Jack Banton
 1921 Love, Hate and a Woman
The Man (John Lockwood)
 1920 The Master Mind
 1920 The Restless Sex
Jim Cleland
 1920 The Cost
John Dumont
 1920 The Veiled Marriage
John Browning
 1919 A Scream in the Night
Robert Hunter
 1918 The Hillcrest Mystery
Gordon Brett
 1916 Pearl of the Army
Capt. Ralph Payne
 1916 The Shielding Shadow
Jerry Carson
 1916/I The Precious Parcel
Nigel Stuart
 1915/I Her Mother's Secret
Seth Cartwright / Seth Cartwright, Jr.

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Stage Play: The Warrens of Virginia. Written by William C. de Mille. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Stuyvesant Theatre from 4 May 1908- close): 3 Dec 1907- Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/380 performances). Cast: Raymond L. Bond, Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Cecil B. DeMille (as "Arthur Warren"), Emma Dunn (as "Mrs. Warren"), DeWitt Jennings (as "... See more »

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Father of Columbia contract player of the forties, Robert Kellard. See more »

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