Spencer Charters

Spencer Charters was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Charters's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "April Folly" (1920), "Little Old New York" (1923) and "The Bat ... Read more »
Born: 03/25/1875 in Duncannon, Pennsylvania, USA


Actor (101)

High Sierra 1940 (Movie)

Ed (Actor)

So Ends Our Night 1940 (Movie)

Swiss Policeman (Actor)

The Lady From Cheyenne 1940 (Movie)


The Boys From Syracuse 1939 (Movie)

Turnkey (Actor)

The Santa Fe Trail 1939 (Movie)

Conductor (Actor)

Three Faces West 1939 (Movie)

Dr. 'Nunk' Atterbury (Actor)

Drums Along the Mohawk 1938 (Movie)

Innkeeper (Actor)

Jesse James 1938 (Movie)

Minister (Actor)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1938 (Movie)


Topper Takes a Trip 1938 (Movie)


Young Mr. Lincoln 1938 (Movie)


Breaking the Ice 1937 (Movie)

Farmer Smith (Actor)

Crime School 1937 (Movie)

Old Doctor (Actor)

In Old Chicago 1937 (Movie)


Hurricane 1936 (Movie)


Banjo on My Knee 1935 (Movie)

Judge Tope (Actor)

Libeled Lady 1935 (Movie)


Mr. Deeds Goes to Town 1935 (Movie)

Mal (Actor)

The Moon's Our Home 1935 (Movie)

Abner Simpson (Actor)

$1,000 a Minute 1934 (Movie)

Stevens (Actor)

Female 1933 (Movie)


Wonder Bar 1933 (Movie)


Movie Crazy 1931 (Movie)

J.L. O'Brien (Actor)

The Front Page 1931 (Movie)


The Bat Whispers 1929 (Movie)

The Caretaker (Actor)

20,000 Years in Sing-Sing (Movie)

Daniels (Actor)

Alias the Deacon (Movie)

The Sheriff (Actor)

Alibi Ike (Movie)

Minister (Actor)

April Folly (Movie)

Dobbs (Actor)

Back in Circulation (Movie)

Sheriff (Actor)

Blondie Plays Cupid (Movie)

Uncle Abner (Actor)

Broadway Bad (Movie)

Lew Gordon (Actor)

Checkers (Movie)

Zeb (Actor)

Colleen (Movie)

Dr. Frothingham (Actor)

Dancing Mothers (Movie)

Butter and Egg Man (Actor)

Danger: Love at Work (Movie)

Hick (Actor)

Dangerous Number (Movie)


Ever Since Eve (Movie)

Mike (Actor)

Exile Express (Movie)

Justice of Peace (Actor)

F-Man (Movie)

Sheriff (Actor)

Fashions of 1934 (Movie)

Telephone Man (Actor)

Fifty Roads to Town (Movie)

George Hession (Actor)

Five of a Kind (Movie)

Rev. Matthew Brand (Actor)

Forbidden Valley (Movie)

Dr. Scudd (Actor)

Four's a Crowd (Movie)

Charlie (Actor)

Fugitive in the Sky (Movie)

Henry Staeger (Actor)

Gabriel Over the White House (Movie)

Vice President (Actor)

Gambling Ship (Movie)

First Detective (Actor)

Girl Loves Boy (Movie)

Rufus Boggs (Actor)

Half a Sinner (Movie)

Jim Cunningham (Actor)

He Married His Wife (Movie)

Mayor (Actor)

Hips, Hips, Hooray (Movie)

Mr. Clark (Actor)

Hold 'em Jail (Movie)

Governor (Actor)

Hotel Imperial (Movie)

Visoff (Actor)

In Name Only (Movie)

Fred, Gardener (Actor)

In Person (Movie)

"Parson" Lunk (Actor)

Jewel Robbery (Movie)

Johann Christian Lenz (Actor)

Joy of Living (Movie)

Magistrate (Actor)

Kitty Foyle (Movie)

Father (Actor)

Lady Killer (Movie)

L.A. Cop (Actor)

Little Old New York (Movie)

Bunny (Actor)

Look Who's Laughing (Movie)

Hotel Manager (Actor)

Maryland (Movie)

Judge (Actor)

Meet the Missus (Movie)

Grandpa (Actor)

Million Dollar Ransom (Movie)


Mountain Music (Movie)

Justice Sharody (Actor)

Mr. Boggs Steps Out (Movie)

Angus Tubbs (Actor)

One Wild Night (Movie)

Lem Halliday (Actor)

Palmy Days (Movie)

A.B. Clark (Actor)

Pick a Star (Movie)

Judge Pike (Actor)

Slightly Dangerous (Movie)

Claudius (Actor)

Stablemates (Movie)

Choir Master (Actor)

Star of Midnight (Movie)

Doorman (Actor)

The Circus Clown (Movie)


The Crooked Circle (Movie)

Kinny (Actor)

The Doctor Takes a Wife (Movie)

Mr. Quinn (Actor)

The Emperor's Candlesticks (Movie)

Usher (Actor)

The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (Movie)

Coroner (Actor)

The Flying Irishman (Movie)

Smedley (Actor)

The Ghost Walks (Movie)

The Professor (Actor)

The Golden Fleecing (Movie)

Justice of Peace (Actor)

The Kennel Murder Case (Movie)

Snitkin (Actor)

The Law West of Tombstone (Movie)

El Paso Judge (Actor)

The Match King (Movie)

Oscar (Actor)

The Perfect Specimen (Movie)

Station Master (Actor)

The Road to Reno (Movie)

The Judge (Actor)

The Secret Bride (Movie)

Messenger (Actor)

The Singing Hill (Movie)


The St. Louis Kid (Movie)

Merseldopp (Actor)

The Tenderfoot (Movie)

Oscar (Actor)

The Texans (Movie)

Chairman (Actor)

Till We Meet Again (Movie)


Tobacco Road (Movie)

Employee (Actor)

Venus Makes Trouble (Movie)

Joel Willard (Actor)

Wake up and Dream (Movie)

Earl Craft (Actor)

Whispering Smith Speaks (Movie)

Cal Stone (Actor)

Whoopee! (Movie)

Jerome Underwood (Actor)

Wife, Doctor and Nurse (Movie)

Uncle (Actor)

Women in the Wind (Movie)

Farmer (Actor)

Yes, My Darling Daughter (Movie)

Angus Dibble (Actor)


Spencer Charters was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Charters's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "April Folly" (1920), "Little Old New York" (1923) and "The Bat Whispers" (1930). He also appeared in "Whoopee" (1930), the comedy "Palmy Days" (1931) with Eddie Cantor and "The Front Page" (1931) with Adolphe Menjou. He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the western "Whispering Smith Speaks" (1935) with George O'Brien, the Boris Karloff horror feature "The Raven" (1935) and the Jean Harlow comedy "Libeled Lady" (1936). He also appeared in the Dick Powell musical "Colleen" (1936). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the comedy adaptation "Three Blind Mice" (1938) with Martha Young, "Mr. Chump" (1938) and "One Wild Night" (1938). He also appeared in "In Name Only" (1939) and the comedy sequel "Topper Takes a Trip" (1939) with Constance Bennett. Charters more recently acted in "Affairs of Jimmy Valentine" (1942). Charters passed away in January 1943 at the age of 68.