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|Died||May 29, 1993 (aged 90)|
|Resting place||Hollywood Forever Cemetery|
(m. 1932; died 1979)
He began his career as a child acrobat. He later worked as a stuntman before transitioning to an assistant director role.
He married actress Jean Huntley.
Malvern was born June 28, 1902 in Portland, Oregon. He began his career as a member of his family's acrobatic troupe, and performed in vaudeville beginning at age four, when he was touted as "the greatest child acrobat on the American stage." His family's troupe toured internationally, performing as a featured act with the Ringling Brothers circus.
Malvern's first major stunt appearance was doubling for Eileen Sedgwick in Beasts of Paradise (1923). In 1928, Malvern suffered serious injuries in a 70 feet (21 m)-fall, and he retired from stunt performing, subsequently working as a producer for Universal Pictures and Monogram. Malvern married his wife, Jean Huntley, in 1932, to whom he was married until her death in 1979.
- Riders of Destiny (1933)
- The Fugitive (1933)
- Sagebrush Trail (1933)
- West of the Divide (1933)
- The Lucky Texan (1934)
- Randy Rides Alone (1934)
- The Star Packer (1934)
- The Trail Beyond (1934)
- 'Neath the Arizona Skies (1934)
- The Lawless Frontier (1934)
- The Dawn Rider (1935)
- Paradise Canyon (1935)
- The Man From Utah (1934)
- Blue Steel (1934)
- Texas Terror (1935)
- Rainbow Valley (1935)
- The Desert Trail (1935)
- Westward Ho (1935)
- Wolf Call (1939)
- North to the Klondike (1942)
- House of Frankenstein (1944)
- Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (1944)
|1924||The Thief of Bagdad||Gigantic Bat||Uncredited|||
|1928||The Chinatown Mystery|||
|1934||The Star Packer||N/A||Producer|||
|1941||Sign of the Wolf||N/A||Producer|||
|1945||House of Dracula||N/A||Producer|||
|1950||Rock Island Trail||N/A||Producer|||
|1980||Hazard of the Game||Unknown role|||
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