~Tom Gallery~

Born: November 27, 1897 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died: August 25, 1993 in Encino, California, USA
A handsome young actor with Metro and Goldwyn in the 1920s, Tom Gallery was the husband of
comedian Zasu Pitts. Rarely seen in starring roles, Gallery instead appeared opposite some of the era's
great leading ladies, including Viola Dana (three times) and Colleen Moore. Retiring at the advent of
sound, Gallery's last film was A Dog of the Regiment (1927), starring Rin-Tin-Tin. With Pitts, whom he
divorced in 1932, Gallery adopted the son of the ill-fated Metro star Barbara La Marr.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
A Dog of the Regiment (1927) .... Richard Harrison
One-Round Hogan (1927) .... Ed Davis
Home Struck (1927) .... Dick Cobb
The Limited Mail (1925) .... Jim Fowler
Under the Rouge (1925) .... Fred Morton
Wrongs Righted (1924)
The Eternal Three (1923) .... Tommy Tucker
Itching Palms (1923) .... Jerry
Glad Rags (1922)
A Daughter of Luxury (1922) .... Blake Walford
The Wall Flower (1922) .... Roy Duncan
Grand Larceny (1922) .... Thad
A Parisian Scandal (1921) .... Baasil Hammond
Home Stuff (1921) .... Robert Deep
Bob Hampton of Placer (1921) .... Reverend Wyncoop
Patsy (1921) .... Bob Brooks
The Son of Wallingford (1921) .... Jimmy Wallkingford
Dinty (1920) .... Danny O'Sullivan
The Chorus Girl's Romance (1920) .... Charlie Moon
Heart of Twenty (1920) .... Nice Young Man
Bright Skies (1920) .... Billy