Thomas Commerford

Summary

Thomas Commerford (August 1, 1855 in New York City - February 17, 1920 in Chicago) was an American male actor on stage and in silent films. He was also known as Tom I. Comberford and T. I. Comberford.

Thomas Commerford
Born(1855-09-01)September 1, 1855
DiedFebruary 17, 1920(1920-02-17) (aged 64)
Other namesTom I. Comberford
T. I. Comberford
OccupationActor

Commerford debuted in the Old Drury Theater, then worked with the troupes of Edwin Arden and Dore Davidson.[1] He appeared in Lincoln J. Carter productions for more than 25 years.[2] In 1913, he began acting in films with Essanay Studios.[1]

Filmography edit

  • The Two Orphans (1911)
  • A Summer Adventure (1911)
  • His Better Self (1911)
  • Under Suspicion (1912)
  • The Miller of Burgundy (1912) - Bontemps (Bontempts), billed as T. I. Comberford
  • The Girl at the Cupola (1912)
  • Just His Luck (1912)
  • Pierre of the North (1914)
  • The Spirit of the Madonna (1914)
  • Yarn a-Tangle (1914)
  • Ashes of Hope (1914)
  • At Night With a Million (1914)
  • At the Foot of the Hill (1914)
  • His Stolen Fortune (1914)
  • One Wonderful Night (1914) - Earl of Valleford
  • The Other Man (1914)
  • Graustark (1915)
  • The Fable of a Night Given Over to Revelry (1915)
  • On Trial (1917)
  • The Fable of the Uplifter and His Dandy Little Opus (1917)

References edit

  1. ^ a b The Moving Picture World. World Photographic Publishing Company. April 15, 1916. p. 450. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Thomas Commerford". The Jasper Weekly Courier. Indiana, Jasper. July 31, 1914. p. 3. Retrieved March 31, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.  

External links edit

  • Thomas Commerford at IMDb