Joe Moore was born under the given name Joseph Moore on November 22, 1894 in County Meath, Ireland. He was an American Actor, known for Officer Cupid (1921), A Case of Dynamite (1912), Unhand Me, Villain! (1916), Joe Moore's first movie on record is from 1912. Joe Moore died on August 22, 1926 in Santa Monica, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Biographical Notes in German: Bruder der Schauspielerin Mary Moore
Joe Moore Filmography [Auszug]
1921:  Officer Cupid (Cast), Directed by Frank Powell, with Dot Farley, Eddie Fitzgerald,
1917: [11.01] Neptune's Naughty Daughter (Cast), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Alice Howell, Robert McKenzie, Eva McKenzie,
1917: [12.25] The Purple Mask (Cast: Jack Elliot), Directed by Grace Cunard, Francis Ford, with Francis Ford, Grace Cunard, Jean Hathaway,
1916: [11.07] Alice in Society (Cast: Mr. Astorbilt (as Joseph Moore), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Alice Howell, Fatty Voss,
1916: [08.09] Unhand Me, Villain! (The Villain still Pursued Her (Working title)) (Cast: Joe), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Alice Howell, Fatty Voss,
1916: [06.28] Pirates of the Air (Cast: The Secret Service Man (as Joseph Moore) ), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Fatty Voss, Alice Howell, Phil Dunham,
1912: [12.23] The Old Folks' Christmas (Cast: The Dobson Son), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with William R. Dunn, Jane Fearnley, Edith Haldeman,
1912: [08.15] In Old Tennessee (Cast: Joe, the Crippled Brother (as Joseph Moore)), Directed by Otis Turner, with King Baggot, Jane Fearnley,
1912: [07/27] A Case of Dynamite (Cast: Cy- the Village Bad Boy), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with John R. Cumpson, Rolinda Bainbridge,
1912: [06.22] Clownland (Cast: Teddy (as Joseph Moore)), Directed by Otis Turner, with William Welsh, Harry La Pearl,
1912: [06.13] Let No Man Put Asunder (Cast: Tommy Downing, their Son (as Joseph Moore)), Directed by Otis Turner, with King Baggot, William Robert Daly, Violet Horner,
1912: [05.11] The Staff of Age (Cast: Freddy Shea - the Grandson (AKA Joseph Moore)), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with George Ober, William Welsh,
1912: [11.14] Officer One Seven Four (Officer 174) (Cast: The Criminal (as Joseph Moore) ), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with King Baggot, Jane Fearnley,
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