William Riley Hatch
|Born||September 2, 1862|
|Died||September 6, 1925 (aged 63)|
William Riley Hatch (September 2, 1862 – September 6, 1925) was an American singer and actor on stage and in silent films.
Hatch's Broadway debut came in The Burgomaster (1900); his final Broadway appearance was in The Nervous Wreck (1923).
He appeared in films such as At Shiloh (1913), The City (1916), A Case at Law (1917),The Law of the Land (1917), Eve's Daughter (1918), Sheltered Daughters (1921), and Zaza (1923).
On September 6, 1925, Hatch died of heart disease at his home on Long Island.
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