~Charles Bryant~

Born: January 8, 1879 in Hartford, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom
Died: August 7, 1948 in Mount Kisco, New York, USA
Actor and filmmaker Charles Bryant was born and raised in England, but pursued an acting career in
the U.S. in 1916. Soon after his arrival, he began working on Broadway. That year he also appeared in
his first film. He went on to act in many pictures for the next three years, frequently starring
opposite his wife Alla Nazimova. When she began producing her own films, he became her director
until they divorced in the early 1920s. After that, Bryant left film and resumed his career on
Broadway as an actor and occasional director.

Biography by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com
~Silent Filmography~
Billions (1920) .... Krakerfeller/Owen Carey
The Heart of a Child (1920) .... Lord Kidderminster
Stronger Than Death (1920) .... Maj. Tristan Boucicault
The Brat (1919) .... MacMillan Forrester
The Red Lantern (1919)
Out of the Fog (1919) .... Philip Blake
Eye for Eye (1918) .... Captain de Cadiere
Toys of Fate (1918) .... Henry Livingston
Revelation (1918) .... Paul Granville
War Brides (1916) .... Franz
The Masqueraders (1915/I) .... Eddie Remon
The Battle of Ballots (1915) (as G. Charles Bryant)
The Spider (1915/I) (as G. Charles Bryant)
The Game of Thrills (1915)
A Double Error (1914)
The Wrong Flat (1914)
A Train of Incidents (1914)

Billions (1920) (scenario)
The Heart of a Child (1920) (scenario)
Stronger Than Death (1920) (scenario)
The Brat (1919) (writer)

Salome (1923/I)
A Doll's House (1922)
Stronger Than Death (1920)