George Chesebro (George Chesebro)

George Chesebro

Actor. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he was a prolific actor whom appeared in over 400 films between 1915 to 1954. Noted mostly for performances in westerns, he began his career debut in the silent era as a regular in the short reel series “Migon” (1915) and “Money” (1915). Among his many credits are, “Hands Up” (1918), “Wolf Blood” (1925), “The Miracle Rider” (1935), “Custer’s Last Stand” (1936), “Out West” (1947), “Punchy ¬†Cowpunchers” (1950) and ¬†“Boy From Oklahoma” (1954). He also appeared on the TV series “The Lone Ranger” in the role of Doc Drummond before retiring for acting in 1959. He died at age 70 in Los Angeles, California. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)


  • July, 29, 1888
  • USA


  • May, 05, 1959
  • USA


  • Pacific Crest Cemetery
  • California
  • USA

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