Charles Kraus was born in 1865 in Budapest, Hungary. He was an American Actor, known for The House of Fear (1915), The Seven Sisters (1915), Calumet "K" (1912), Charles Kraus's first movie on record is from 1912. He was married to Camille Dalberg. Charles Kraus died on July 12, 1931 in New York City, New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1918.
Charles Kraus Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [04.11] Just a Woman (Cast: Elias Fox), Directed by Julius Steger, with Charlotte Walker, Lee Baker, Forrest Robinson,
1915: [12.03] The House of Fear (Cast: Alva (AKA Charles Krauss)), Directed by Ashley Miller, Arnold Daly, with Arnold Daly, Sheldon Lewis, Jeanne Eagels,
1915: [10.22] An Affair of Three Nations (An Affair of Three Nations: An Exploit in the Career of Ashton-Kirk, Investigator) (Cast: Drevenoff), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Arnold Daly, Sheldon Lewis, William Harrigan,
1915: [07.26] The Seven Sisters (Cast: Innkeeper), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Madge Evans, , Georgia May Fursman,
1912: [09.30] Calumet "K" (Cast), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with , Laura Sawyer, James Gordon,
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