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Tom Walsh (I) (1863–1925)

Tom Walsh was born on January 9, 1863 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA as Thomas H. Walsh. He was an actor and assistant director, known for From Now On (1920), The Bandbox (1919) and The Trey o' Hearts (1914). He died on April 25, 1925 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

From Now On Detective Barjan
The Bandbox Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
The Danger Signal Roscoe Newnes


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 1920 From Now On
Detective Barjan
 1919 Rustling a Bride
 1917 A Bold Deception (Short)
 1917 The Deserted Engine (Short)
 1917 The Forbidden Game (Short)
 1916 A Pair of Shadows (Short)
Burns - the Detective (as Thomas Walsh)
 1916 A Serpent in the House (Short)
The Ice Man
 1915 The Danger Signal
Roscoe Newnes
 1915 A Case of Beans (Short)
The Ice Man
 1915 Her Wedding Night (Short)
Mike Flynn
 1915 A Skin Game (Short)
 1915 On Desert Sands (Short) (as Thomas Walsh)
 1914 On Moonshine Mountain (Short)
Jake - a Moonshiner
 1914 The Heart Rebellious (Short)
 1914 The Trey o' Hearts
 1914 A Pack of Cards (Short)
Pierre (as Thomas Walsh)
 1914 The Vagaries of Fate (Short)
1st Tough Guy (as Thomas Walsh)
 1919 The Bandbox (assistant director)
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 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 25 (Documentary short)

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Active on Broadway in the following productions: See more »

Alternate Names:

Thomas Walsh

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After a brief stint as a newspaper man for the Chattanooga Times, he toured The United States with various theatrical companies until making his Broadway debut in 1909.

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