| Bryant Washburn|
| Franklin Bryant Washburn|
April 28, 1889 (1889-04-28) Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
April 30, 1963, Hollywood, California, United States
Virginia Vance (m. 1929–1942), Mabel Forrest (m. 1914)
Bryant Washburn, Jr., Dwight Washburn, Mary Luke
Wizard of Oz, Adventures of Captain Marvel, Gambling with Souls, The Call of the Savage, Hungry Hearts
William Witney, Donald Crisp, Larry Semon, Lew Landers, James Cruze
Bryant Washburn Wikipedia
Bryant Washburn (born Franklin Bryant Washburn; April 28, 1889 – April 30, 1963) was an American film actor.
Washburn appeared in 375 films between 1911 and 1947. He quickly became a comedy star after appearing in films such as Skinner's Baby and Skinner's Dress Suit in 1917.
He died from a heart attack in Hollywood. His interment was located in Culver City, California's Holy Cross Cemetery. His son, Bryant Washburn, Jr. (1915–1960), was also an actor, a major in the US Air Force Reserve, served during World War II and Korea, and predeceased him.