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Also Known As: Died: April 1, 1984
Born: August 19, 1910 Cause of Death: complications following hip surgery
Birth Place: California, USA Profession: producer, publicist, radio commentator, sportswriter, broadcaster, reporter

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French actor Gaston Glass showed his talent on the Hollywood big screen, appearing in a long line of successful films. Glass kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Humoresque" (1920) with Alma Rubens, "The Branded Woman" (1920) and "I Am the Law" (1922). He also appeared in "Little Miss Smiles" (1922), "Rich Men's Wives" (1922) and "Gimme" (1923). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "The Gorilla" (1927), "Geraldine" (1929) and the adventurous drama "Sylvia Scarlett" (1935) with Katharine Hepburn. He also appeared in the comedic adaptation "Desire" (1936) with Marlene Dietrich, "Gambling With Souls" (1936) and the Katharine Hepburn dramatic adaptation "Mary of Scotland" (1936). In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in the Edward Arnold biopic "Sutter's Gold" (1936), "The Clutching Hand" (1936) and "The Princess Comes Across" (1936). Glass last worked on "Lost in Space" (CBS, 1965-68). Glass passed away in November 1965 at the age of 66.

French actor Gaston Glass showed his talent on the Hollywood big screen, appearing in a long line of successful films. Glass kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Humoresque" (1920) with Alma Rubens, "The Branded Woman" (1920) and "I Am the Law" (1922). He also appeared in "Little Miss Smiles" (1922), "Rich Men's Wives" (1922) and "Gimme" (1923). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "The Gorilla" (1927), "Geraldine" (1929) and the adventurous drama "Sylvia Scarlett" (1935) with Katharine Hepburn. He also appeared in the comedic adaptation "Desire" (1936) with Marlene Dietrich, "Gambling With Souls" (1936) and the Katharine Hepburn dramatic adaptation "Mary of Scotland" (1936). In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in the Edward Arnold biopic "Sutter's Gold" (1936), "The Clutching Hand" (1936) and "The Princess Comes Across" (1936). Glass last worked on "Lost in Space" (CBS, 1965-68). Glass passed away in November 1965 at the age of 66.

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 Annapolis Farewell (1935) Lieutenant Junior Grade
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