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Hayward Mack

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Hayward Mack
Mack, 1919
Born(1882-03-20)March 20, 1882
DiedDecember 24, 1921(1921-12-24) (aged 39)
Years active1910–1921

Hayward Seaton Mack (March 20, 1882 – December 24, 1921)[1] was an American actor of the silent era.

Born in Albany, New York, in 1882, Mack appeared in more than 80 films between 1910 and 1921. Mack's motion picture career began in 1910; he appeared in films of many leading motion picture companies of the time. He had also worked in vaudeville and in stage productions. Before embarking on an entertainment career Mack was a civil engineer and also worked as a newspaper man.[2]

Mack died in Los Angeles, California, in 1921. Mack committed suicide in Los Angeles' Lafayette Park by taking poison.[3][4]

Selected filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1912 Percy Learns to Waltz Harry
A Millionaire for a Day The Bank Teller
Betty, the Coxswain Ralph Cummings
An Eventful Bargain Day Robert Lee, the Husband
1913 The Baldheaded Club
The Wedding Gown
1914 The Master Cracksman District attorney Alternative titles: The Martin Mystery
The Square Shooter
A Foolish Agreement
1915 Graft
Father and the Boys Major Bellamy Didsworth
1916 Dolly's Scoop James Fairfax
The Grip of Jealousy Phillip Grant
Tangled Hearts Montgomery Seaton
The Gilded Spider Burton Armitage Alternative title: The Full Cup
The Jackals of a Great City
1917 The Flame of Youth Sir Beverly Wyndham
Love Letters Robert Maxwell
1918 The Winding Trail Alvin Steele
The Guilty Man Jacques Ristac
The Goddess of Lost Lake Chester Martin
All the World to Nothing Charles Renalls
1919 It Happened in Paris Leon Naisson
The Speed Maniac Philip Malcolm
Fighting Through Raymond Haynes
1920 Going Some Laden
The Girl in the Web Chapman Price
The Gamesters Jim Welch
1921 Oliver Twist, Jr. Monk
Playing with Fire Bruce Tilford


  1. ^ Hayward Mack;findagrave.com Retrieved August 23, 2015
  2. ^ "Film Flickers\date=January 17, 1918". The Tennessean. p. 9. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  3. ^ "L.A. Suicide Wills Remains to College". The Santa Ana Register. December 24, 1921. p. 1. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  4. ^ "Film Actor Drinks Poison, Dies in Park". Oakland Tribune. December 24, 1921. p. 1. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.open access
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