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|Born||March 20, 1882|
Albany, New York, USA
|Died||December 24, 1921 (aged 39)|
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.
|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|
|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|
|The Girl in the Web||Chapman Price|
|The Gamesters||Jim Welch|
|1921||Oliver Twist, Jr.||Monk|
|Playing with Fire||Bruce Tilford|
- Hayward Mack;findagrave.com Retrieved August 23, 2015
- "Film Flickers\date=January 17, 1918". The Tennessean. p. 9. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "L.A. Suicide Wills Remains to College". The Santa Ana Register. December 24, 1921. p. 1. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Film Actor Drinks Poison, Dies in Park". Oakland Tribune. December 24, 1921. p. 1. Retrieved August 7, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
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