Gerald Pring was born on March 16, 1888 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England, UK. He was an English Actor, known for The nut (1921), Bolibar (1928), The Bronze Bell (1921), Gerald Pring's first movie on record is from 1920. Gerald Pring died on October 21, 1970 in Marylebone, London, England, UK. His last motion picture on file dates from 1928.
Gerald Pring Filmography [Auszug]
1928: [07.26] Bolibar (The Betrayal) (Cast: Hauptmann O'Callaghan), Directed by Walter Summers, with Elissa Landi, J.R. Michael Hogan, ,
1922: [12.10] Broken Chains (Cast: Butler), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Malcolm McGregor, Colleen Moore, Ernest Torrence,
1922: [10.23] June Madness (Cast: Cadbury Todd II), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Viola Dana, Bryant Washburn,
1922: [07/09] Always the Woman (Cast: Reginald Stanhope ), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Betty Compson, Emory Johnson, Doris Pawn,
1921: [06.19] The Bronze Bell (Cast: Captain Darrington ), Directed by James W. Horne, with Courtenay Foote, , John Davidson,
1921: [03.06] The nut (Cast: Gentleman George), Directed by Theodore Reed, with Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte, William Lowery,
1920: [12.00] The Palace of Darkened Windows (Cast: Captain Falconer ), Directed by Henry Kolker, with Claire Anderson, Arthur Edmund Carewe, Jay Belasco,
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