|Died||June 25, 1940 44) (aged|
George Hackathorne (February 13, 1896 – June 25, 1940) was an American actor of the silent era. He appeared in more than 50 films between 1916 and 1939.
Hackathorne was born and educated in Pendleton, Oregon. Despite his mother's wishes that he get a college education, he chose to be an actor.  He began his career as a child actor  in stock theater, after which he performed in vaudeville. He and his brother had a dramatic act that toured the United States. 
On June 25, 1940, Hackathorne died in Hollywood, California, at age 44.  He was buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
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