Forrest Taylor

Forrest Taylor was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Taylor landed roles in various films, including the Tom Mix western "No Man's Gold" (1926), the western "Riders of ... Read more »
Born: 12/29/1883

Filmography

Actor (67)

Park Row 1951 (Movie)

Charles A Leach (Actor)

The Cowboy and the Prizefighter 1949 (Movie)

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Coroner Creek 1948 (Movie)

McCune (Actor)

The Pretender 1947 (Movie)

Dr. Harold Stevens (Actor)

The Gun Packer 1937 (Movie)

Express Manager Hart (Actor)

Riders of Destiny 1932 (Movie)

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A Face in the Fog (Movie)

Cromwell (Actor)

Air Raid Wardens (Movie)

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Arizona Days (Movie)

Harry Price (Actor)

Between Men (Movie)

Wyndham (Actor)

Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (Movie)

Hanson (Actor)

Chip of the Flying U (Movie)

J.G. Whitmore (Actor)

Code of the Cactus (Movie)

Blackton (Actor)

Desert Patrol (Movie)

Martin Rand (Actor)

Flying Wild (Movie)

Forbes (Actor)

Headin' for the Rio Grande (Movie)

Sheriff Ed Saunders, Tex's brother (Actor)

Honor of the West (Movie)

Walker (Actor)

Idaho (Movie)

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Identity Unknown (Movie)

Mr. Anderson (Actor)

In Old Monterey (Movie)

army colonel (Actor)

Island Captives (Movie)

Hudson (Actor)

Kelly of the Secret Service (Movie)

Dr. Marston (Actor)

King of the Cowboys (Movie)

Cowhand (Actor)

King of the Stallions (Movie)

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Lady Luck (Movie)

Gen. Sherman (Actor)

Lady in the Death House (Movie)

Warden (Actor)

Land of Hunted Men (Movie)

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Lost Ranch (Movie)

Carson (Actor)

Mississippi (Movie)

Man at Bar Who Orders Sarsaparilla (Actor)

Mystery Man (Movie)

Sheriff Sam Newhall (Actor)

No Man's Gold (Movie)

War Lyman (Actor)

Orphan of the Pecos (Movie)

Brand (Actor)

Outlaw Express (Movie)

Ferguson (Actor)

Pals of the Pecos (Movie)

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Perils of the Royal Mounted (Movie)

Hinsdale (Actor)

Phantom of the Range (Movie)

Brandon (Actor)

Prison Shadows (Movie)

George Miller (Actor)

Return of the Bad Men (Movie)

Farmer (Actor)

Riders of the Dawn (Movie)

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Ridin' Down the Canyon (Movie)

Jim Fellowes (Actor)

Ridin' on a Rainbow (Movie)

Jeff Billings (Actor)

Ridin' the Cherokee Trail (Movie)

Craven (Actor)

Rip Roarin' Buckaroo (Movie)

Lou Slater (Actor)

Silver Spurs (Movie)

Judge Pebble (Actor)

Song of Nevada (Movie)

Col. Jack Thompson (Actor)

Song of Texas (Movie)

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Sons of the Pioneers (Movie)

Bixby (Actor)

Stagecoach to Denver (Movie)

Matt Disher (Actor)

Sunset on the Desert (Movie)

Belknap (Actor)

Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts (Movie)

Dorman (Actor)

Texas Wildcats (Movie)

Burrows (Actor)

The Cheyenne Kid (Movie)

Sheriff (Actor)

The Death Kiss (Movie)

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The Feud Maker (Movie)

Marshal (Actor)

The Gal Who Took the West (Movie)

Servant (Actor)

The Iron Claw (Movie)

Anton Benson (Actor)

The Marshal's Daughter (Movie)

Uncle Jed (Actor)

The Painted Trail (Movie)

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The Payoff (Movie)

Hugh Walker (Actor)

The Phantom Stage (Movie)

Lawson (Actor)

The Rangers Take Over (Movie)

Capt. Wyatt (Actor)

The Rider of the Law (Movie)

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The Spy Ring (Movie)

Sergeant (Actor)

Trail Street (Movie)

Dave (Actor)

Trail of Terror (Movie)

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Two Minutes to Play (Movie)

Coach Rodney (Actor)

Winchester '73 (Movie)

Target Clerk (Actor)

Biography

Forrest Taylor was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Taylor landed roles in various films, including the Tom Mix western "No Man's Gold" (1926), the western "Riders of Destiny" (1933) with John Wayne and the Bing Crosby dramedy "Mississippi" (1935). He also appeared in "Between Men" (1935), the western "Trail of Terror" (1935) with Bob Steele and "Rider of the Law" (1935) with Bob Steele. He continued to act in productions like "The Painted Trail" (1938), "The Last Stand" (1938) and "The Phantom Stage" (1939). He also appeared in "The Phantom Creeps" (1939). In the latter part of his career, he continued to act in "Silver Spurs" (1943) with Roy Rogers, the Ray Corrigan western "Bullets and Saddles" (1943) and "Land of Hunted Men" (1943). He also appeared in the Otto Kruger action movie "Corregidor" (1943) and the western "The Rangers Take Over" (1943) with Dave O'Brien. Taylor last acted in the James Stewart dramatic adaptation "The F.B.I. Story" (1959). Taylor passed away in February 1965 at the age of 82.

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