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|Died||July 2, 1930 59) (aged|
Hollywood, California, U.S.
|Other names||Anders Randolph|
|Spouse||Dorthea Jorgensen (m. ?–1930)|
Anders Randolf (December 18, 1870[ citation needed ] – July 2, 1930) was a Danish American actor in American films from 1913 to 1930.
Anders was born in Viborg, Denmark,[ citation needed ] where he became a professional soldier in the Danish army and a world-class swordsman. He emigrated to the United States in 1893 or 1895, quickly giving in to a lifelong passion for the theater. After briefly heading his own production company, Frontier Features, Inc., Randolf settled into a career as one of Hollywood's best screen villains.
Often billed as Anders Randolph, he appeared in character roles opposite such stars as John Barrymore ( Sherlock Holmes 1922), Mary Pickford ( Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 1924), Douglas Fairbanks ( The Black Pirate 1926), and Greta Garbo ( The Kiss 1929). He also appeared in several comedy short films for Hal Roach alongside Charley Chase and Laurel and Hardy.
Randolf died on July 2, 1930, [ citation needed ]following a relapse after a kidney operation. He was later interred at Frederiksberg Cemetery in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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