Child: Joan (c. 1919)
He died in General Hospital as a result of facial and body burns received in his home at 1936 Orchid Ave., Los Angeles, CA. Police reported he was found collapsed on the floor near a bed where he had apparently fallen asleep while smoking.
Smooth, dark-haired leading man of 1920's silent action films and melodramas, initially under contract with Metro. He was also noted for his prowess as a swimmer. Roles declined after the arrival of sound.
Skipper of the first sailing vessel to go through the Panama Canal, when he and a Yale classmate sailed from New York to San Francisco on a 75-foot sloop.