Thomas A. Curran

Actor - USA
Born May 28, 1879 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died January 24, 1941 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Thomas A. Curran was born on May 28, 1879 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was an American Actor, known for Forgotten Women (1932), When Love Was Blind (1917), Two Sisters (1929), Thomas A. Curran's first movie on record is from 1915. Thomas A. Curran died on January 24, 1941 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

Thomas A. Curran Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [] Forgotten Women (Cast), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Marion Shilling, Beryl Mercer, Eddie Kane,
1929: [03.23] Two Sisters (Cast: Judge Rhodes (AKA Tom Curran)), Directed by Scott Pembroke, with Viola Dana, Rex Lease, Claire du Brey,
1918: [03.18] The Girl and the Judge (Cast: Frank Lorimer (as Thomas Curran) ), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Olive Tell, David Powell, Charlotte Granville,
1917: [10.24] The Heart of Ezra Greer (Cast: Denbeigh''s Guardian), Directed by Émile Chautard, with , Leila Frost, ,
1917: [06.03] An Amateur Orphan (Cast: Marcia's Father), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Gladys Leslie, Isabel Vernon,
1917: [05.20] The Candy Girl (Cast: George Wingate), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Gladys Hulette, William Parke jr., John H. Gilmour,
1917: [04.15] When Love Was Blind (Cast: Her Father), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with Florence LaBadie, ,
1917: [02.25] The Vicar of Wakefield (Cast: Knight Geoffrey / Mr.Burchell), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with , , Kathryn Adams,
1917: [02.04] A Modern Monte Cristo (Eye for an Eye, Buried Treasure (Working title), His Enemy's Daughter, The Enemy's Daughter) (Cast: William Deane ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Vincent Serrano, ,
1916: [11.19] The World and the Woman (Cast: James Palmer ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Jeanne Eagels, ,
1916: [04.17] The Sailor's Smiling Spirit (Cast: The Wicked Anarchist), Directed by Anders van Haden, with Walter Hiers, Gladys Dore, Riley Chamberlin,
1916: [03.08] The Cruise of Fate (Cast: Miriam Kennedy's Husband), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with , ,
1916: [02.19] Silas Marner (Cast: Godfrey (as Thomas Curran)), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with , , ,
1915: [12.12] Her Confession (Cast: Emerald Vinton), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Carey L. Hastings,
1915: [11.18] Inspiration (Cast: The Artist), Directed by George Foster Platt, with Audrey Munson, George Marlo,
1915: [09.30] The Price of Her Silence (Cast: The artist (AKA Thomas Curran)), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Florence LaBadie, Mignon Anderson, ,
1915: [09.05] From the River's Depths (Cast: Convict Syd), Directed by Clem Easton, with Ethyle Cooke, Justus D. Barnes, ,
1915: [07.26] The Earl of Pawtucket (Cast: Fordyce (as Thomas Curran)), Directed by Harry Myers, with Lawrence D'Orsay, Rosemary Theby, Harry Myers,
1915: [07.05] Greater Love Hath No Man (Cast: Dr. Merton), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Emmett Corrigan, Crauford Kent,

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