Clarence Geldert

Clarence Geldert was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Geldert began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "The Hostage" (1917), "Believe Me Xantippe" (1918) and "The Lottery Man" ... Read more »
Born: 06/09/1865 in New Brunswick, , CA

Filmography

Actor (22)

A Woman of Paris 1922 (Movie)

Marie's Stepfather (Actor)

Why Change Your Wife? 1919 (Movie)

The Doctor (Actor)

Behind That Curtain (Movie)

District Attorney (Actor)

Believe Me, Xantippe (Movie)

(Actor)

Hands Across the Border (Movie)

Don Castro (Actor)

In Love with Life (Movie)

(Actor)

Joan the Woman (Movie)

(Actor)

Jungle Bride (Movie)

Capt. Andersen (Actor)

Mississippi (Movie)

Hotel Proprietor (Actor)

Oh, Doctor (Movie)

Dr. Seaver (Actor)

Overland Telegraph (Movie)

Maj. Hammond (Actor)

Rent Free (Movie)

(Actor)

Rusty Rides Alone (Movie)

Tom Martin (Actor)

Sioux Blood (Movie)

Miles Ingram (Actor)

The Bishop Murder Case (Movie)

District Attorney Markham (Actor)

The Man Trailer (Movie)

Sheriff Ryan (Actor)

The Squaw Man (Movie)

Solicitor (Actor)

The Thirteenth Chair (Movie)

Commissioner Grimshaw (Actor)

The Westerner (Movie)

doctor (Actor)

The Witching Hour (TV Show)

Actor

Thirteen Women (Movie)

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White Eagle (Movie)

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Biography

Clarence Geldert was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Geldert began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "The Hostage" (1917), "Believe Me Xantippe" (1918) and "The Lottery Man" (1919). He also appeared in the comedy "Why Change Your Wife?" (1920) with Gloria Swanson, "The Great Moment" (1921) and "Rent Free" (1922). His film career continued throughout the twenties in productions like "Adam's Rib" (1923), the comedy "Oh, Doctor!" (1924) with Reginald Denny and "The Bandit's Baby" (1925). He also appeared in the western "Sioux Blood" (1929) with Tim McCoy. Nearing the end of his career, he continued to act in the western "The Telegraph Trail" (1933) with John Wayne, the western "The Lone Avenger" (1933) with Ken Maynard and "Jungle Bride" (1933). He also appeared in the Tim McCoy western "Rusty Rides Alone" (1933) and "The Man Trailer" (1934) with Buck Jones. Geldert was most recently credited in the mystery "Go Get 'Em Haines" (1936) with Sheila Terry. Geldert passed away in May 1935 at the age of 70.

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