Orville Robert Caldwell was born in Oakland, CA., February
8,m 1896. Caldwell has 21 acting credits beginning in 1923 and
lasting until 1938, however, he did leave films for seven years
from 1928 to 1935. His first film, "The Lonely Road"
in 1923, was under the direction of Victor Schertzinger for B.P
Schulberg who was known for guiding Clara Bow to stardom. Caldwell
received second billing behind star Katherine MacDonald. He never
did reach stardom and, at least seven of his sound screen appearances
were in uncredited roles. His biggest role was at Marion Davies'
hearthrob in "The Patsy" (1928). He was married once
to Audrey Anderson. Caldwell died September 24, 1967, in Santa
Selected films of this star available for viewing:
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