Rex Cherryman
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Rex Cherryman

Actor
Male
Born Oct 30, 1896
Hometown Grand Rapids, Mic...
Died Aug 11, 1928
Death Place Le Havre

Rexford Raymond "Rex" Cherryman was an American actor of the stage and screen whose career was most prolific during the 1920s. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Rex Cherryman attended Colgate University, (Hamilton, New York) in 1915-1916. He transferred to the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) in 1916. There he met fellow student Esther Louise Lamb. Esther and Rex were married February 9, 1918. They had one son, Rexford Raymond Cherryman, Jr.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1896 Birth Born on October 30, 1896.

TEENAGE

1915 18 Years Old Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Rex Cherryman attended Colgate University, (Hamilton, New York) in 1915-1916.
1916 19 Years Old He transferred to the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) in 1916. There he met fellow student Esther Louise Lamb. Esther and Rex were married February 9, 1918. … Read More

TWENTIES

1919 22 Years Old Cherryman began his film career appearing in the 1919 comedic film In For Thirty Days as Count Dronsky, opposite popular leading lady of the silent film era, May Allison. … Read More
1921 24 Years Old Cherryman and Nazimova developed a friendship and at Nazimova's request, he was cast in the role Gaston Rieux in the 1921 film that would possibly become his most recalled performance - 1921's Metro Pictures Corporation film adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas, fils novel La Dame aux Camélias, retitled as Camille. … Read More
1923 26 Years Old Cherryman also appeared in the 1923 film Sunshine Trail in the role of Willis Duckworth.

THIRTIES

1927 30 Years Old …  Cherryman's last stint on Broadway was a starring role in the 1927 dramatic production of The Trial of Mary Dugan opposite actor Robert Cummings at the National Theatre.
1928 31 Years Old 1 More Event
Cherryman's last film performance was a small role in the 1928 film Two Masters.
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