Charles Stafford Dickens (1888–1967) was a British actor, screenwriter and film director. 
Wilfred Van Norman Lucas was a Canadian American stage actor who found success in film as an actor, director, and screenwriter.
John Paddy Carstairs was a British film director (1933–62) and television director (1962–64), usually of light-hearted subject matter. He was also a comic novelist and painter.
Jasper Joseph Inman Kane was an American film director, film producer, film editor and screenwriter. He is best known for his extensive directorship and focus on Western films.
Lewis D. Collins was an American film director and occasional screenwriter. In his career spanning over 30 years, he churned out dozens of Westerns.
Fred Niblo Jr. was a successful American screenwriter. He received an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay nomination for the film The Criminal Code (1931) with Seton I. Miller. Niblo retired from films in 1950 to become a businessman.
Albert Parker was an American film director, producer, screenwriter and actor. He directed 36 films between 1917 and 1938. In the early 1930s Parker left Hollywood for England where he continued to direct films and also opened an actors' agency office. One of his later clients in the 1960s was a young actress named Helen Mirren. He was born in New York City, USA, and died in London, England.
Harry S. Webb was an American film producer, director and screenwriter. He produced 100 films between 1924 and 1940. He also directed 55 films between 1924 and 1940. He was the brother of "B"-film producer and director Ira S. Webb and the husband of screenwriter Rose Gordon, who wrote many of his films.
Lau Lauritzen Jr., was a Danish actor, screenwriter, and film director. As a director, he was a 4-time recipient of the Bodil Award for Best Danish Film. Lauritzen co-founded the Danish film studio ASA Film and served as the studio's artistic director (1937–1945) and administrative director (1945–1964).
Thomas Bentley was a British film director. He directed 68 films between 1912 and 1941. He directed three films in the early DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film process, The Man in the Street (1926), The Antidote (1927), and Acci-Dental Treatment (1928).
Michael Barringer was a British writer, screenwriter and playwright. He also occasionally served as film director, directing four films early in his career. His play Inquest was the first performed at the Windmill Theatre when it opened in 1931. He was born in 1884, and died, aged 70, in 1954.
Maclean Rogers was a British film director and screenwriter.
Norman Lee was a British screenwriter and film director.
Hans Heinz Zerlett was a German screenwriter and film director.
Alex Bryce (1905–1961) was a British screenwriter, cinematographer and film director.
Austin Melford (1884—1971) was a British screenwriter and film director. He was the older brother of actor Jack Melford.
Walter Charles Mycroft was a British novelist, screenwriter, film producer and director. In the 1920s he was film critic of the London Evening Standard, and a founder of the London Film Society, before joining the film industry.
Peter Paul Brauer was a German film producer and film director.
Philipp Lothar Mayring was a German screenwriter, actor and film director. He worked on the screenplays for over seventy films, and directed another twelve.
Donovan Pedelty (1903–1989) was a British journalist, screenwriter and film director.
Albert Herman (1887–1958) was an American actor, screenwriter and film director. Herman was a prolific director, working mainly on low-budget movies for companies such as Producers Releasing Corporation. He is sometimes credited as Al Herman.