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Irving White (1870–1944)

Irving White was born on January 13, 1870 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as John Irving White. He was an actor and writer, known for Always in My Heart (1942), Daughters Courageous (1939) and Rich Relations (1937). He was married to Alma Chester. He died on April 18, 1944 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Always in My Heart
Daughters Courageous
Rich Relations
The Fiancee and the Fairy


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 1937 True Confession
Juror (uncredited)
 1913 The Fiancee and the Fairy (Short)
John Morton
 1913 The Special Officer (Short)
Irving Gage - the Bank President
 1913 Into the Light (Short)
Annie's Poor Husband
 1913 Kidnapping Father (Short)
John Worth - the Father
 1913 A Ten Acre Gold Brick (Short)
2nd Swindler
 1913 A Mock Marriage (Short)
Lige Carter - Betty's Father
 1913 A Florida Romance (Short)
John Bruce - Bess's Father
 1913 Women of the Desert (Short)
The Caliph (as J. Irving White)
 1913 Tamandra, the Gypsy (Short)
James Irving - Beatrice's Uncle
 1913 Dolores' Decision (Short)
Richard Marston - Stockbroker
 1913/I The First Prize (Short)
Mr. Jason - Nell's Father
 1913 The Regeneration of Nancy (Short)
Batterson - Nancy's Father
 1913 The Twilight of Her Life (Short)
 1913 The House in the Woods (Short)
Maj. Morris - Marian's Father
 1913 Literature and Love (Short)
Dr. James Howard
 1912 When Love Leads (Short)
John Morden - David's Father
 1912 The Crooked Path (Short)
Col. Barnes - the Banker
 1912 The Good for Nothing (Short)
Joshua Evans - Dick's Father
 1912 When Father Had His Way (Short)
Mr. Devoe - Kitty's Father
 1912 Betty and the Roses (Short)
 1912 The Deceivers (Short)
O'Neill - the Producer
 1912 Honor and the Sword (Short)
Sage - Tom's Millionaire Father
Show Show Writer (2 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Playwright (w/Dorothy Bennett), "Fly Away Home", 1935.

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Alternate Names:

J. Irving White

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