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Albert Gran

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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1916-1932

Name  Albert Gran
Role  Film actor
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Born  August 4, 1862 (1862-08-04) Bergen, Norway
Died  December 16, 1932, Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies  7th Heaven, Tanned Legs, Her Night of Romance, Employees' Entrance, Four Sons
Similar People  Frank Borzage, Roy Del Ruth, Sidney Franklin, John Ford, J Searle Dawley

Albert Gran (August 4, 1862 – December 16, 1932) was a Norwegian-born American stage and film actor. He is most associated with his appearance in drama and light comedy films.

Albert Gran was born in Bergen, Norway. He was the son of Albert Nicolai Gran (1838-1915) and Auguste Schwarting (1844-1910). He emigrated to the United States during 1914. Gran launched his screen career in 1916. He appeared as a character actor in 44 films between 1916 and 1933. He was seen as Duke Travina with Marion Davies in Beverly of Graustark (1926), as Paul Boul with Janet Gaynor in Seventh Heaven 1927), and as B. Bickering Brown with Joan Crawford in Our Modern Maidens (1929). Albert Gran died in Los Angeles, California in an automobile accident at the age of 70.

Partial Filmography

  • Out of the Drifts (1916)
  • Civilian Clothes (1920)
  • Tarnish (1924)
  • Breakfast at Sunrise (1927)
  • Mother Knows Best (1928) Fox's first full talkie
  • Dry Martini (1928)
  • Tanned Legs (1929)
  • The Little Accident (1930)
  • The Brat (1931)
  • Command Performance (1931)
  • Beauty Parlor (1932)
  • Employees' Entrance (1932) (Gran died in an auto accident before the film was finished and released)
  • References

    Albert Gran Wikipedia

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