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Larry Semon

Born 16 July 1889 in West Point, Mississippi, USA.
Died 8 October 1928 at Gracelon Ranch near Victorville, California, USA, of lobar pneumonia complicated by pulmonary tuberculosis.

Married actress Lucille Carlisle; divorced, 1923.
Married actress Dorothy Dwan, 22 January 1925; until his death.

Larry Semon began film work at The Vitagraph Company of America in 1916 as comedy short writer and director. He began acting in 1917. Semon was known as Ridolini in Italy, and as Tomasin in Spain.

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