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Nick De Ruiz
Nicholas De Ruiz
Nicholas De Ruiz (February, 1871 – June 21, 1959) was an American actor. He appeared in 36 films between 1920 and 1938.
He was born in Santa Barbara, California and died in Los Angeles, California, aged 88.
|1922||The Altar Stairs||Rod McLean|
|1923||The Hunchback of Notre Dame||Monsieur le Torteru|
|Slave of Desire||Tallifer||Credited as Nicholas De Ruiz|
|1924||Forbidden Paradise||The General|
|1925||His Supreme Moment||Mueva|
|The Man in Blue||Gregoria Vitti|
|1926||The Girl from Montmartre||Don Angel||Credited as Nicholas De Ruiz|
|Old Ironsides||The Bashaw|
|1927||The Unknown||Antonio Zanzi|
|1928||The Man Who Laughs|
|1930||Isle of Escape||Dolobe|
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