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Spencer Charters

Spencer ChartersBorn: 25-Mar-1875
Birthplace: Duncannon, PA
Died: 25-Jan-1943
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Suicide [1]
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Character actor

[1] Carbon monoxide poisoning, with contribution from an overdose of sleeping pills. His body was found in the family garage by his daughter, Irene. Charters was in ill health. See Associated Press, "S. Charters, Actor, Dies in Hollywood", published in The New York Times, 26 January 1943.

Wife: Irene (m. 1913, d. 1941, one daughter)
Daughter: Irene

Silver Queen (13-Nov-1942) · Dr. Stonebraker
    Juke Girl (30-May-1942)
    Dr. Broadway (9-May-1942)
    The Remarkable Andrew (5-Mar-1942)
    Pacific Blackout (31-Dec-1941)
    Look Who's Laughing (21-Nov-1941) · Hotel Manager
    Moon Over Miami (18-Jun-1941)
    The Singing Hill (26-Apr-1941) · Judge Starrbottle
    So Ends Our Night (27-Feb-1941)
    Tobacco Road (20-Feb-1941) · County Clerk
    High Sierra (21-Jan-1941) · Ed
    Santa Fe Trail (13-Dec-1940) · Conductor
    Blondie Plays Cupid (31-Oct-1940) · Uncle Abner
    The Golden Fleecing (16-Aug-1940) · Justice of Peace
    The Boys from Syracuse (31-Jul-1940)
    Maryland (12-Jul-1940)
    Three Faces West (3-Jul-1940)
    Our Town (24-May-1940) · Constable Warren
    Remember the Night (9-Jan-1940) · Judge
    Two Thoroughbreds (8-Dec-1939)
    Drums Along the Mohawk (3-Nov-1939) · Innkeeper
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1-Sep-1939) · Court Clerk
    In Name Only (4-Aug-1939) · Gardener
    Second Fiddle (30-Jun-1939) · Joe Clayton
    Young Mr. Lincoln (30-May-1939)
    Women in the Wind (15-Apr-1939)
    They Made Her a Spy (29-Mar-1939)
    Yes, My Darling Daughter (25-Feb-1939)
    Topper Takes a Trip (21-Jan-1939) · Judge
    Jesse James (13-Jan-1939) · Minister
    Mr. Chump (8-Aug-1938)
    Three Blind Mice (18-Jun-1938) · Hendricks
    Crime School (28-May-1938) · Old Doctor
    Joy of Living (6-May-1938) · Magistrate
    Mr. Boggs Steps Out (18-Feb-1938)
    In Old Chicago (6-Jan-1938) · Beavers
    Lady Behave! (22-Dec-1937)
    Wife, Doctor and Nurse (11-Oct-1937)
    Danger: Love at Work (30-Sep-1937)
    Back in Circulation (25-Sep-1937)
    Make a Wish (27-Aug-1937)
    Pick a Star (21-May-1937)
    Banjo on My Knee (11-Dec-1936) · Judge Tope
    Fugitive in the Sky (28-Nov-1936)
    All-American Chump (16-Oct-1936)
    Libeled Lady (9-Oct-1936) · Magistrate
    Postal Inspector (16-Aug-1936)
    Spendthrift (22-Jul-1936)
    The Moon's Our Home (10-Apr-1936)
    Murder on a Bridle Path (10-Apr-1936)
    Till We Meet Again (4-Apr-1936)
    Love on a Bet (4-Mar-1936)
    In Person (22-Nov-1935)
    Don't Bet on Blondes (13-Jul-1935)
    The Raven (8-Jul-1935)
    Stranded (19-Jun-1935) · Boatman
    Alibi Ike (15-Jun-1935) · Minister
    Murder on a Honeymoon (14-Feb-1935)
    It's a Gift (17-Nov-1934)
    The Firebird (3-Nov-1934)
    The St. Louis Kid (1-Nov-1934)
    Blind Date (20-Jul-1934)
    The Circus Clown (30-Jun-1934) · Kingsley
    Half a Sinner (1-Jun-1934)
    Wonder Bar (28-Feb-1934)
    Fashions of 1934 (14-Feb-1934) · Telephone Man
    Hips, Hips, Hooray! (2-Feb-1934) · Clark
    Female (11-Nov-1933) · Tom
    The Match King (31-Dec-1932) · Oscar
    The Crooked Circle (25-Sep-1932)
    Movie Crazy (12-Aug-1932) · J. L. O'Brien
    Jewel Robbery (23-Jul-1932) · Lenz
    The Tenderfoot (23-May-1932)
    Palmy Days (23-Sep-1931) · Mr. Clark
    Traveling Husbands (15-Aug-1931) · Joe
    The Front Page (19-Mar-1931) · Woodenshoes
    Lonely Wives (15-Feb-1931) · Andrews
    The Bat Whispers (13-Nov-1930)
    Whoopee! (7-Sep-1930)
    Dancing Mothers (1-Mar-1926)
    Janice Meredith (8-Dec-1924)
    Little Old New York (1-Aug-1923)

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