Don Alvarado

Actor, Assistant director
Handsome "latin lover" type of the late silents and early talkies, who later went into western roles. Appeared in two of D.W. Griffith's later films.
Born: 11/03/1904 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Filmography

Actor (16)

The Big Steal 1949 (Movie)

Lieutenant Ruiz (Actor)

The Devil Is a Woman 1934 (Movie)

Morenito (Actor)

A Demon for Trouble (Movie)

(Actor)

Bachelor's Affairs (Movie)

Ramon (Actor)

Beau Ideal (Movie)

Ramon Gonzales (Actor)

Drums of Love (Movie)

Count Leonardo De Alvia (Actor)

Love under Fire (Movie)

Lt. Cabana (Actor)

Loves of Carmen (Movie)

Jose (Actor)

One Night in the Tropics (Movie)

Rudolfo (Actor)

Rio Rita (Movie)

Roberto Ferguson (Actor)

Sweet Adeline (Movie)

Renaldo (Actor)

The Bad One (Movie)

The Spaniard (Actor)

The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Movie)

Manuel (Actor)

The King Murder (Movie)

(Actor)

The Lady Escapes (Movie)

Antonio (Actor)

The Night Cry (Movie)

Pedro (Actor)

Biography

Handsome "latin lover" type of the late silents and early talkies, who later went into western roles. Appeared in two of D.W. Griffith's later films.

Relationships

Joy Page

Daughter
survived him

Milestones

1937

Appointed assistant director for Warner Bros

1924

Film debut as extra in "Mademoiselle Midnight"

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