Edward Coit Albertson
October 14, 1880
|Died||December 13, 1953 73) (aged|
|Resting place||Inglewood Park Cemetery|
|Other names||C. Albertson |
E. Coit Albertson
Edward Coit Albertson (October 14, 1880 – December 13, 1953) was an American stage and film actor.
Albertson was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, the son of George and Elizabeth (née Stock) Albertson, [ citation needed ] He was also active in vaudeville.and began his acting career on Broadway, where, among other productions, he played in Stubborn Cinderella .
Eventually he became a leading man of the 1920s, and was well known for his many character roles in motion pictures. He became one of the large number of silent movie actors who either would not or could not make the transition to the talkie era.
His cremated remains are located in Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California.
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