Jay Dwiggins

Actor, Author - USA
Born 1867 in Rensselaer, Indiana, USA
Died September 8, 1919 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Jay Dwiggins was born in 1867 in Rensselaer, Indiana, USA. He was an American Actor, Author, known for Bound in Morocco (1918), He comes up smiling (1918), The Dust of Egypt (1915), Jay Dwiggins's first movie on record is from 1913. He was married to Cora Arbogast. Jay Dwiggins died on September 8, 1919 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

Jay Dwiggins Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [06.01] The Man Who Turned White (Cast: Monsieur Mirabeau ), Directed by Park Frame, with Wedgwood Nowell, H.B. Warner, Barbara Castleton,
1919: [04.14] Whitewashed Walls (Cast: Romero), Directed by Park Frame, Thomas N. Heffron, with William Desmond, Fritzi Brunette, Carmen Phillips,
1919: [03.09] The Poor Boob (Cast: Benton), Directed by Donald Crisp, with Bryant Washburn, Wanda Hawley, Richard Rosson,
1918: [09.30] Unexpected Places (Cast: Meyer), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Bert Lytell, Rhea Mitchell, Rosemary Theby,
1918: [09.08] He comes up smiling (Cast: General), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, Herbert Standing,
1918: [07.28] Bound in Morocco (Cast: Kaid Mahedi el Menebhi, Lord High Ambassador to), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Pauline Curley, Edythe Chapman,
1917: [] Dangers of a Bride (Cast: The Country Girl), Directed by Ferris Hartman, Robert P. Kerr, with Robert Milliken, Al McKinnon,
1917: [04.29] A Maiden's Trust (Cast: The Hotel Manager), Directed by Victor Heerman, Harry Williams, with Ford Sterling, Myrtle Lind, Hugh Fay,
1916: [01.15] Redeemed Through Love (By Love Redeemed) (Cast: The Druggist), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Jewell Hunt, Logan Paul, Garry McGarry,
1915: [11.20] Heredity (Cast: Mr. Whitfield ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Carolyn Birch, Katherine Lewis, Rose Tapley,
1915: [10.04] The Dust of Egypt (Cast: Mr. Manning ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Antonio Moreno, , Hughie Mack,
1915: [10.04] The Reward (Cast), Directed by Sidney Rankin Drew, with Sidney Rankin Drew, Virginia Pearson, Hattie Delaro,
1915: [09.07] The Kidnapped Stockbroker (Cast: James MacLaren - the Kidnapped Stockbroker), Directed by Harry Handworth, with Dorothy Kelly, William R. Dunn,
1915: [06.16] Philanthropic Tommy (Cast), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Lucille Hammill, Naomi Childers, Charles Eldridge,
1915: [01.23] War (Cast: Herman Schultz), Directed by George D. Baker, with Flora Finch, Hughie Mack,
1915: [01.08] The Smoking Out of Bella Butts (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, with Flora Finch, Hughie Mack, Betty Gray,
1914: [12.19] Mr. Santa Claus (Cast: Mr. Brown ), Directed by George Ridgwell, with Lillian Herbert, Audrey Berry, Arthur Ashley,
1914: [12.11] A Strand of Blond Hair (Cast: The Blonde's Husband), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Arthur Cozine,
1913: [11.12] Mary Jane (Cast: Mr. Brown), Directed by George D. Baker, with Flora Finch, Cissy Fitzgerald,

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