Jack J. Clark - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Jack J. Clark’s height is 5ft 9in (1.75 m)

Jack Clark was an American director and actor of the early motion picture industry. He was born John J. Clark on September 23 1879 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and became a theatrical actor.

Best Known For Movie: Rory O’More
Height: 5ft 9in (1.75 m)
Born: Jack James Clark , September 23, 1876, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Filmography: Ebb Tide (1937), Hotel Haywire (1937), Murder with Pictures (1936), Love Me Forever (1935), Home on the Range (1935), The Return of Chandu (1934/I), David Harum (1934), Lost in Limehouse (1933), Two Lips and Juleps; or, Southern Love and Northern Exposure (1932), Howdy, Broadway (1929), Love and Learn (1928), Pajamas (1927), The Great Secret (1917), The Innocent Lie (1916), Scorched Wings (1916), Audrey (1916), A Fool’s Paradise (1916), Gene of the Northland (1915), The Mad Maid of the Forest (1915), The Ulster Lass (1915), The Woman Hater’s Baby (1915), The Smuggler’s Lass (1915), The Last of the Mafia (1915), The Little Rebel (1914), His Brother’s Wife (1914), Twilight (1914), Marian, the Holy Terror (1914), A Fight for a Birthright (1914), Come Back to Erin (1914), The Eye of the Government (1914), Through the Fires of Temptation (1914), For Ireland’s Sake (1914), In the Clutches of the Ku Klux Klan (1913), In the Power of a Hypnotist (1913), When Men Hate (1913), A Daughter of the Confederacy (1913/II), Lady Peggy’s Escape (1913), The Wives of Jamestown (1913), The Shaughraun (1912), Ireland, the Oppressed (1912), The Mayor from Ireland (1912), The Kerry Gow (1912), From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth (1912), The Poacher’s Pardon (1912), Down Through the Ages (1912), A Prisoner of the Harem (1912), Winning a Widow (1912), Tragedy of the Desert (1912), Captured by Bedouins (1912), Missionaries in Darkest Africa (1912), The Fighting Dervishes of the Desert (1912), You Remember Ellen (1912), Far from Erin’s Isle (1912), The Vagabonds (1912/I), His Mother (1912), The O’Neill (1912), Tangled Lives (1911/II), Arrah-Na-Pogue (1911), The Fishermaid of Ballydavid (1911), The Colleen Bawn (1911/I), Losing to Win (1911), Rory O’More (1911), Railroad Raiders of ’62 (1911), In Blossom Time (1911), The Carnival (1911), When the Dead Return (1911), The Fiddle’s Requiem (1911), In Old Florida (1911), By a Woman’s Wit (1911), The Lass Who Couldn’t Forget (1911), A Saw Mill Hero (1911), A War Time Escape (1911), Sailor Jack’s Reformation (1911), The Open Road (1911), Little Sister (1911), Robbie and the Redskins (1911), Her Chum’s Brother (1911), For Love of an Enemy (1911), The Yankee Girl (1915), Gene of the Northland (1915), The Mad Maid of the Forest (1915), The Ulster Lass (1915), The Smuggler’s Lass (1915), His Brother’s Wife (1914), Twilight (1914), False Evidence (1914), A Fight for a Birthright (1914), The Green Eyed Monster (1914), Nearly an Artist (1914), The Mad Lovers (1914), The Smuggler’s Lass (1915), Ancient Temples of Egypt (1912), The Ancient Port of Jaffa (1912), Land of Liberty (1939), Chandu on the Magic Island (1935), The Railroad Raiders of ’62 (1915).
Other Names: J.J. Clark, Jack Clark, John J. Clark, J.J. Clarke, Jack J. Clarke
Astrological Sign: Libra
Occupation: Director, Actor

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