Gaston Bell

Gaston Bell

About Gaston Bell

Gaston Bell

Gaston Bell

September 27, 1877 - December 13, 1963

Place of Birth    :   Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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From Wikipedia George Gaston Bell (September 27, 1877 - December 13, 1963) was an American stage and film actor active over the early decades of the twentieth century. Bell entered film around 1912 with the Majestic Motion Picture Company, appearing that year in at least two short films, Opportunity and A Warrior Bold. The following year Bell made several short films for Kinemacolor Film Company before joining the Lubin Manufacturing Company to play in films written by playwright Charles Klein. In 1915 he played John Froment II opposite Theda Bara in the William Fox silent film, Destruction. His last known motion picture was the 1919 film, The Heart of a Gypsy by Charles Miller Productions. By late 1918 Bell was back on the road touring in The Naughty Wife by Fred Jackson and the next year with the Max Marcin comedy, Cheating Cheaters. Around this time his ten-year marriage to Adelaide (née Cronley) Bell ended in a Reno, Nevada courtroom. Bell later retired to Woodstock, New York to manage an inn, write plays and serve as the first director of the Woodstock Community Players. He died there in December, 1963, aged 86.