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actor

Bryant Washburn, American actor. Mason (32 degree, Shriner).; Kiwanian.

Background

Washburn, Bryant was born on April 28, 1889 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Bryant and Metha Catherine (Johnson) Washburn.

Education

Of Danish and British parentage. Educated Lake View High School, Chicago.

Career

1 daughter, Roberta Catherine. Began on stage, 1907. Toured with George D. Fawcett.

Moving picture career since 1911. Rôles include leading parts in “Till I Come Back to You,” “The Skinner Dress Suit Series,” “Why Smith Left Home,” “It Pays to Advertise,” “Too Much Johnson,” “Six Best Cellars,” “Mistress Temple’s Telegram,” “The Sins of St. Anthony,” “The Road to London,” “Hungry Hearts,” “Rupert of Hentzau,” “The Meanest Man in the World,” “The Common Law,” “Temptation,” “Mine to Keep,” “The Love Trap,” “Other Men’s Daughters,” “Try and Get It,” “The Love Thrill,” “Beware of Widows,” “Breakfast at Sunrise,” “Honeymoon Flats,” “Skinner’s Big Idea”. “What Price Innocence.” Presbyterian.

Membership

Mason (32 degree, Shriner).

Connections

Married Mabel Forrest Chidester, of Chicago, July 3, 1914 (divorced 1928).; married second, Dahlia Pears, of Toronto, Canada, March 1929. Children: Bryant, Dwight Ludlow.

father:
Bryant Washburn

mother:
Metha Catherine (Johnson) Washburn

spouses:
Mabel Forrest Chidester

Dahlia Pears

children:
Bryant Washburn

Dwight Ludlow Washburn