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John Wayne was four years younger than Tom Tyler and played mostly “extra” roles in silent films for four years from 1926 to 1930.
Claire Trevor missed the silent film years by being born in 1910.
Andy Devine often had bit roles as character actors from 1926 to 1929.
John Carradine started making films during the talkie period at 1930, again, starting out with bit roles.
Thomas Mitchell made one film in 1923, as a character actor in a minor role, and did not resume his film career until 1936, devoting those in-between years to the theatre.
Louise Platt, born in 1915, made her first film well after talkies became the norm, in 1938.
George Bancroft was a supporting role actor, whose silent film career dated back to 1921.
Donald Meek was a Shakespearean stage actor, making only two silent films, one in 1923, the other, in 1929.
Berton Churchill, another theatre actor, made only four silent films in supporting roles between 1919 and 1929.
Tim Holt, the son of silent film leading man Jack Holt, made one silent film as a child actor in 1928.