William T. Carleton

Actor - Great Britain
Born 1859 in England
Died September 28, 1930 in St. John
Other names or known as : W.T. Carleton,

William T. Carleton was born in 1859 in England. He was an English Actor, known for Pearl of the Army (1916), Eye for Eye (1918), Madame Butterfly (1915), William T. Carleton's first movie on record is from 1914. William T. Carleton died on September 28, 1930 in St. John. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

William T. Carleton Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [11.03] Me and Captain Kidd (Cast: Horace Stanton (as W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Evelyn Greeley, Raymond McKee,
1919: [06.02] Almost married (Cast: James Winthrop, (AKA W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Charles Swickard, with May Allison, Walter I. Percival, Frank Currier,
1919: [02.00] The World to Live In (Cast: Dr. Varian), Directed by Charles Maigne, with Alice Brady, Virginia Hammond, Zyllah Shannon,
1918: [11.24] Eye for Eye (Eye for an Eye) (Cast), Directed by Albert Capellani, Alla Nazimova, with Alla Nazimova, Charles Bryant, Donald Gallaher,
1918: [09.21] Everybody's Girl (Cast: Oldport (AKA W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Tom Terriss, with Alice Joyce, , Walter McGrail,
1918: [09.00] The Better Half (Cast: Judge Thorley), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Alice Brady, David Powell, Crauford Kent,
1918: [08.12] The Beloved Blackmailer (Cast: Alexander Briggs (as W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Carlyle Blackwell, Isabel Berwin,
1918: [07.07] The Danger Mark (Cast: Col. Mallett (as W.T. Carlton) ), Directed by Hugh Ford, with Elsie Ferguson, Mahlon Hamilton, Crauford Kent,
1918: [07.01] The Heart of a Girl (Cast: Sen. Murray), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with Barbara Castleton, Irving Cummings, Charles Wellesley,
1918: [06.23] Tempered Steel (Cast: Col. Caruthers (AKA William Carleton) ), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Olga Petrova, J. Herbert Frank, Thomas Holding,
1917: [11.05] The Antics of Ann (Cast: Mr. Wharton), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Ann Pennington, Harry Ham, Ormi Hawley,
1917: [11.03] Sunshine Alley (Cast: Mr. Morris (as W.T. Carleton)), Directed by John W. Noble, with Mae Marsh, Robert Harron, Dion Titheradge,
1917: [10.29] Daughter of Maryland (Cast: Major Treadway (as William T. Carlton)), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Edna Goodrich, Helen Strickland,
1917: [] Fighting Odds (Cast: District Attorney), Directed by Allan Dwan, with , Charles Dalton,
1916: [12.03] Pearl of the Army (Cast: Colonel Dare (AKA W.T. Carleton) ), Directed by Edward Josť, with Pearl White, Ralph Kellard, Marie Wayne,
1916: [03.02] Poor Little Peppina (Little Peppina) (Cast: Detective Chief), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Mary Pickford, Eugene O'Brien, ,
1915: [11.07] Madame Butterfly (Cast: The American Consul (AKA W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, Olive West,
1915: [09.02] The Incorrigible Dukane (Cast: James Dukane Sr), Directed by James Durkin, with John Barrymore, Helen Weir,
1915: [06.19] Larry O'Neill, Gentleman (Cast: (AKA W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Clem Easton, with William Garwood, Violet Mersereau, Hal de Forest,
1915: [03.01] The Fairy and the Waif (Cast: Major Drayton), Directed by Marie Hubert Frohman, George Irving, with Mary Miles Minter, , Percy Helton,
1914: [12.19] Fantasma (Cast), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Edwin Clarke, Grace Goodall, Marie La Manna,
1914: [12.00] The Idler (Cast: (AKA W.T. Carleton)), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Charles Richman, Walter Hitchcock, Catherine Countiss,

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