Hobart Van Zandt Bosworth Edit Profile
1 son, George Hobart.
With McKee-Rankin Stock Company, Sanitary Francisco, 1885, later with Mistress D. P. Bowers & Company. In Mexico with Hermann, the magician, and for 10 years with the Augustin Daly Stock Company, New York. Spent 9 years, in Colorado and the Southwest.
Became identified with motion pictures, 1909, as actor, later writer of scenarios and director. President Bosworth Company, which made a specialty of Jack London’s stories. Produced tabloid version of London’s Sea Wolf, in vaudeville, 1917.
Screen plays; Behind the Door. His Own Law; The Cup of Life. Foolish Wives; Blind Hearts.
The Eternal Three; Captain January. Hearts of Oak; Winds of Chance. My Son; Far Cry, etc.
In sound pictures and the radio.
Clubs: The Players (New York).
Married Cecile Kibre, December 22, 1920.