John Oaker was born on September 9, 1893 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He was an American Actor, known for Joan the Woman (1916), The Majesty of the Law (1915), The Wasted Years (1916), John Oaker's first movie on record is from 1915. John Oaker died on January 14, 1969 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1917.
John Oaker Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [08.00] Lorelei of the Sea (Cast: Pietro), Directed by Henry Otto, with Tyrone Power, Frances Burnham, Henry Otto,
1916: [12.25] Joan the Woman (Cast: Jean de Metz), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Geraldine Farrar, Raymond Hatton, Hobart Bosworth,
1916: [07.29] The Haunting Symphony (Cast: Paul Kayton), Directed by Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Claude N. Mortensen, Fred Montague,
1916: [06.19] The Wasted Years (Cast: Robert Leslie), Directed by Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Joseph Hazelton, M.D. Morgan,
1916: [02.12] The Soul's Cycle (Cast: Lucian/Arthur), Directed by Ulysses Davis, with Patricia Palmer, George Claire Jr.,
1915: [12.23] The Winning of Jess (Cast: John Robbins - William's Son), Directed by Jack Bonavita, Frank Montgomery, with Charles Gay, Jane Keckley, Patricia Palmer,
1915: [11.04] When Avarice Rules (Cast: John Carney), Directed by N. N., with Goldie Colwell, Harry Linkey,
1915: [10.21] Vindication (Cast: John Carter (AKA Jack Oaker)), Directed by N. N., with Mabel Van Buren, ,
1915: [08.26] The Majesty of the Law (Cast: Lloyd Fairfax ), Directed by Julia Crawford Ivers, with George Fawcett, Jane Wolfe, William Desmond,
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