Charles A. Post

Actor - USA
Born November 3, 1897 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Died December 20, 1952 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Charles A. Post was born under the given name Charles Ashbrook Post on November 3, 1897 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Wild Oranges (1923), M'Liss (1918), The Satin Woman (1927), Charles A. Post's first movie on record is from 1918. Charles A. Post died on December 20, 1952 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1927.

Charles A. Post Filmography [Auszug]
1927: [07.24] The Satin Woman (Cast: Monsieur Francis (AKA Charles 'Buddy' Post)), Directed by Walter Lang, with Dorothy Davenport, Rockliffe Fellowes, Alice White,
1927: [04.00] The Broken Gate (Cast), Directed by James C. McKay, with Dorothy Phillips, William Collier jr., Jean Arthur,
1923: [01.20] Wild Oranges (Cast: Iscah Nicholas), Directed by King Vidor, with Frank Mayo, Virginia Valli, Ford Sterling,
1919: [05.04] Charge It to Me (Cast: Arche Gunn (as Budd Post)), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Margarita Fischer, Emory Johnson, Augustus Phillips,
1919: [02.09] Todd of the Times (Cast), Directed by Eliot Howe, with Frank Keenan, Aggie Herring,
1918: [05.05] M'Liss (Cast: Butch Saunders), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Theodore Roberts, Thomas Meighan,

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