Macey Harlam

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Macey Harlam
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Harlam (right) with Catherine Calvert and Herbert Rawlinson in You Find It Everywhere (1921)
BornApril 27, 1873
New York City, New York
DiedJune 17, 1923 (aged 50)
Other namesMacey Harlan
Macy Harlan
Macy Harlam
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Harlam with Dorothy Dalton in L'apache , 1919

Macey Harlam (April 27, 1873 – June 17, 1923) was a stage and screen actor from New York. He performed on Broadway from 1901 to 1918 before switching to silent films. In films he appeared with Pauline Frederick, Douglas Fairbanks, Elsie Ferguson, Geraldine Farrar and Lionel Barrymore. He died at Saranac Lake, New York in 1923. [1] [2] [3]


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  1. Macey Harlam bio, by Hans Wollstein;
  2. Who Was Who on Screen, p.199 2nd Edition c.1977 by Evelyn Mack Truitt ISBN   0-8352-0914-8
  3. Silent Film Necrology, p.228 2ndEdition c.2001 by Eugene M. Vazzana ISBN   0-7864-1059-0