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Harry Mestayer (1876–1958)

Harry Mestayer was born in February 1876 in Manhattan, New York, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Black Oxen (1923), The Millionaire Baby (1915) and The House of a Thousand Candles (1915). He was married to Jessie D. Lockwood and Victory Bateman. He died on January 22, 1958 in Manhattan, New York City, New York. See full bio »


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Known For

Black Oxen James Ogelthorpe
The Millionaire Baby Justin Carew
Wife or Country Dale Barker


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 1932 The Skull Murder Mystery (Short)
Grandfather Beck
 1929 The Locked Door
District Attorney
 1924 Unguarded Women
Sing Woo
 1924 Flapper Wives
Charles Bigelow
 1923 Black Oxen
James Ogelthorpe
 1923 The Acquittal
District Attorney
 1919 False Gods
Stephen Whitney
 1918 Wife or Country (Short)
Dale Barker
 1918 The Atom
Montague Booth
 1918 High Tide
Hudson Newbrook
 1916 The Far Country (Short)
David Bucklin
 1916 The Gold Ship (Short)
Captain Roscoe
 1916 The Sacrifice (Short)
Jerry Warrington
 1916 The Hare and the Tortoise (Short)
John Drake
 1916 Badgered (Short)
Paul Robertson
 1916 The Woman Who Did Not Care (Short)
Jack White
 1916 Wives of the Rich (Short)
John Grant
 1916 A Social Deception (Short)
Page Carter
 1916 Her Dream of Life (Short)
Howard Crossley
 1916 The Dragnet (Short)
Red Durkin
 1916 The Buried Treasure of Cobre (Short)
Richard Everett
 1915 I'm Glad My Boy Grew Up to Be a Soldier
Jerry Warrington
 1915 The Bridge of Time (Short)
Ralph Kennard
 1915 The House of a Thousand Candles
Jack Glenarm
 1915 The Millionaire Baby
Justin Carew
 1915 Stop Thief!
Jack Doogan
Show Show Writer (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Son-Daughter. Written by George Scarborough and David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 19 Nov 1919- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott (as "Doctor Lum Low"), John Amory (as "Wu Git"), Albert Bruning (as "Sin Kai"), Charles R. Burrows (as "Chow Chang"), Frederick Burt [credited as Frederic Burt] (... See more »

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Harry's first wife, Victory Bateman, was a niece of John Wilkes Booth. See more »

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