Claude N. Mortensen

Actor - USA
Borndate unknown
Deathdate unknown

The day of birth of Claude N. Mortensen is not on record. He was an American Actor, known for The Failure (1915), The Three Musketeers (1916), Her Alibi (1915), Claude N. Mortensen's first movie on record is from 1914. Claude N. Mortensen died on an unknown date. His last motion picture on file dates from 1916.

Claude N. Mortensen Filmography [Auszug]
1916: [08.26] The Spite Husband (Cast: Van Allen (AKA Claude Mortenson)), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur, , Ida Lewis,
1916: [07.29] The Haunting Symphony (Cast: Dr. Barstow (AKA Claude Mortenson)), Directed by Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Fred Montague,
1916: [02.06] The Three Musketeers (D'Artagnan) (Cast: Aramis (AKA C.N. Mortensen)), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Orrin Johnson, Dorothy Dalton, Louise Glaum,
1915: [07.01] The Failure (Cast: The Sheriff (AKA C.N. Mortensen)), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Walter Edwards, Leona Hutton,
1915: [05.20] Her Alibi (Cast: Jim Channing (AKA C.N. Mortensen)), Directed by Jay Hunt, with Frank Borzage, Betty Burbridge,
1914: [10.28] The Golden Goose (Cast: Tom Colby (as C.N. Mortensen)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with May Thompson, Thelma Salter,

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