|Born||April 27, 1873|
New York City, New York
|Died||June 17, 1923 (aged 50)|
|Other names||Macey Harlan|
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.   
Alice Brady was an American actress who began her career in the silent film era and survived the transition into talkies. She worked until six months before her death from cancer in 1939. Her films include My Man Godfrey (1936), in which she plays the flighty mother of Carole Lombard's character, and In Old Chicago (1937) for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
William Churchill deMille, also spelled de Mille or De Mille, was an American screenwriter and film director from the silent film era through the early 1930s. He was also a noted playwright prior to moving into film. Once he was established in film he specialized in adapting Broadway plays into silent films.
Lois Wilson was an American actress who worked during the silent film era. She also directed two short films and was a scenario writer.
Gertrude Claire was an actress of the American stage and Hollywood silent motion pictures.
Kate Lester was an American theatrical and silent film actress. Her family, the Suydams of New York, were staying in Britain at the time of her birth.
Charles Kent was a British-American stage actor and silent film actor and director. He appeared in more than 140 films between 1908 and 1923. He also directed 36 films between 1908 and 1913.
Jerome Patrick was a New Zealand born American stage and film actor. Born Alexander Patrick, he worked as a dentist while acting locally and in Australia, where in 1912 he married Ethel Joan Meynelle, the daughter of a prominent Australian theatrical manager. He then moved to the US in 1914 and also spent time in Toronto, where he signed up for the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War One (noting he had previously served four years with the New Zealand Hussars. He was discharged after 'several' nervous breakdowns, the doctor noting a previous heroin addiction and unstable nervous system, although completely abstaining from alcohol.
Ward Crane was an American silent film actor popular in comedies and dramas. Out of dozens of films, he is remembered as the handsome heavy to Buster Keaton's hero in Sherlock Jr. (1924). Crane died aged 38 in Saranac Lake from pneumonia.
Rockliffe St. Patrick Fellowes, was a Canadian actor born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He starred in films such as Regeneration and Monkey Business.
Herbert Standing was a British stage and screen actor and the patriarch of the Standing family of actors. He was the father of numerous children, many of whom had careers in theatre and cinema. Toward the end of his life, he appeared in many Hollywood silent films.
Thomas J. Holding was a British-born stage and film actor.
Bella Donna is a 1923 American silent film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and released by Paramount Pictures. The film is based on the 1909 novel, Bella Donna, by Robert Smythe Hichens which was later adapted for a 1912 Broadway play starring Alla Nazimova. This film is also a remake of the 1915 Paramount film Bella Donna starring Pauline Frederick. The 1923 film was directed by George Fitzmaurice and starred Pola Negri in her first American film.
Templar Saxe was a British-born stage actor, opera singer and silent film actor. In films, he usually was a character actor as his singing voice could not be used in silent films. He was born in Redhill, Surrey, England and died in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Frank Losee was an American stage and screen actor. A veteran of the Broadway stage he began in silent films in 1915. Often he played the father of Mary Pickford, Pauline Frederick and Marguerite Clark.
Wilfred Lytell was an American film actor.
William H. Tooker was an American stage and film actor.
Robert Schable was an American stage and screen actor as well as a stage manager from Hamilton, Ohio.
Leslie King was an American stage and screen actor. He is best remembered for appearing as Jacques-forget-me-not in D. W. Griffith's Orphans of the Storm opposite Lillian and Dorothy Gish.
Roland Bottomley (1880-1947) was a British born American stage and film actor from Liverpool, England. Some sources have him born in 1878 and others in 1879. He came to America circa 1913 and settled in California. He first made movies for the Kalem Company. By the 1920s he acted at Paramount, Fox, Universal and for Thomas H. Ince. After his last film in 1925 he returned to Broadway for the remainder of his career. Bottomley died in New York at the beginning of 1947.
Jere Austin (1876–1927) was an American silent film actor from Minnesota. He was born John Van Akin Austin and he began in films in 1914 and made his last appearance in Cecil B. DeMille's King of Kings (1927). Austin had entered films with the Kalem Company.