| Film Actor|
| Gordon Westcott|
| November 6, 1903 (1903-11-06) St. George, Utah, U.S.|
October 31, 1935, Hollywood, Florida, United States
Helen Westcott, Louis C. Hickman
Fashions of 1934, Queen Kelly, Heritage of the Desert, 6 Day Bike Rider, This Is the Life
Helen Westcott, Erich von Stroheim, Lloyd Bacon, William Dieterle, Busby Berkeley
Gordon Westcott Wikipedia
Gordon Westcott (November 6, 1903 in St. George, Utah – October 30, 1935) was an American film actor.
He was a contract player with Warner Brothers and appeared in 37 films between 1928 and 1935, starring alongside such up and comers as Bette Davis, Loretta Young and James Cagney.
After appearing in a string of Pre-Code productions, and working with such well-known directors as William A. Wellman, Busby Berkeley and William Dieterle, his film career ended with his death on October 30th, 1935 from head injuries sustained in a polo accident that occurred on Sunday, October 27th, 1935. He was 31 years old and survived by his second wife and two children.
His daughter was actress Helen Westcott (1928–1998) her mother was Hazel Bethea McArthur, and his son was Louis C. Hickman (1922-2016) from his brief 1922 marriage to Margaret Cardon Hickman (1902-1991).. He was also briefly married to Catherine Cook circa 1925, and Anne Weston Brandreth circa 1930.Queen Kelly (1929) (unbilled)
Heroes for Sale (1932)
Convention City (1933)
Footlight Parade (1933)
The Working Man (1933)
Dark Hazard (1934)
Fashions of 1934 (1934)
Kansas City Princess (1934)
I've Got Your Number (1934)
Murder in the Clouds (1934)
The Case of the Howling Dog (1934)
Going Highbrow (1935)