William Collier Sr. Net Worth

William Collier Sr. Net Worth is
$12 Million

William Collier Sr. Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

William Collier Sr. was born on November 12, 1864 in New York City, New York, USA as William Morenus. He was an actor and writer, known for Wife and Auto Trouble (1916), Up the River (1930) and Harmony at Home (1930). He was married to Paula Marr and Louise Allen. He died on January 13, 1944 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Date Of BirthNovember 12, 1864, New York City, New York, United States
DiedJanuary 13, 1944, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
ProfessionActor, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew
SpousePaula Marr (m. 1910–1944), Louise Allen (m. ?–1909)
ChildrenWilliam Collier, Jr.
Star SignScorpio
1American stage actor, in Hollywood from 1929. Extensive appearances on Broadway between 1894 and 1927, invariably in musical comedy.
2Collier came to Hollywood with the Triangle Film organization working with Mack Sennett and Thomas H. Ince.
3Collaborated with George M. Cohan on "Hello Broadway" and "Cotton Time".
4Ran away from home to join a touring company at age eleven. He went on to work with Eddie Foy in "Blue Beard Jr.", the Russell Comedians and Weber and Fields.
5Step-father of actor William Collier Jr.


The Hard-Boiled Canary1941Dr. Joseph E. Maddy
Miracle on Main Street1939Dr. Miles
Disputed Passage1939Dr. William Cunningham
Television Spy1939James Llewellyn
Invitation to Happiness1939Mr. Wayne
I'm from Missouri1939Smith
Persons in Hiding1939Burt Nast
Say It in French1938Howland
Thanks for the Memory1938/IIMr. Platt
Josette1938David Brassard Sr.
Valiant Is the Word for Carrie1936Ed Moresby
Cain and Mabel1936Pop Walters
Give Us This Night1936Priest
Love on a Bet1936Uncle Carlton MacCreigh
The Bride Comes Home1935Alfred Desmereau
Annapolis Farewell1935Rumboat Charlie
The Murder Man1935'Pop' Grey
A Successful Failure1934Ellery Cushing aka Uncle Dudley
Cheaters1934K.C. Kelly
The Crosby Case1934The Detective- Sgt. Melody
All of Me1934Jerry Helman
Madison Sq. Garden1932Doc Williams
Hot Saturday1932Harry Brock
The Washington Masquerade1932Babcock
After Tomorrow1932Willie Taylor
Stepping Sisters1932Herbert Ramsey
The Brat1931Judge O'Flaherty
Annabelle's Affairs1931Wickham
Six Cylinder Love1931Richard Burton
Mr. Lemon of Orange1931Mr. Blake
Seas Beneath1931Mugs O'Flaherty (uncredited)
Up the River1930Pop
She's My Weakness1930David Tuttle
High Society Blues1930Horace Divine
Free and Easy1930William Collier Jr. - Master of Ceremonies at Premiere
Harmony at Home1930Joe Haller
Happy Days1929End Man - Minstrel Show
The Servant Question1920Mr. Butler (as William Collier)
Willie's Wobbly Ways1916ShortWillie (as William Collier)
The No-Good Guy1916Jimmy Coghlan (as William Collier)
Wife and Auto Trouble1916ShortThe Meek Husband (as William Collier)
Better Late Than Never1916ShortThe Art Student


Going Places1938play "The Hottentot"
She Wanted a Millionaire1932
Seas Beneath1931dialogue - uncredited
Up the River1930uncredited
Harmony at Home1930adaptation / screenplay
The Hottentot1929play - as William Collier
Nothing But the Truth1929dialogue
Never Say Die1924play - as William Collier
The Hottentot1922play


Yankee Doodle Dandy1942technical advisor
Pilgrimage1933dialogue director
Face in the Sky1933dialogue director
Seas Beneath1931stager
Up the River1930stager


Glamour Girl1938producer


The March of Time1930Himself, Old Timer Sequence
Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 251923Documentary shortHimself
Fatty and the Broadway Stars1915ShortHimself - Broadway Star

Archive Footage

Broadway to Hollywood1933Vaudeville Act (uncredited)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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