|born: 16 January 1877
|died: 04 November 1940
United States of America
(stomach cancer, age 63)
|Stout, blue-eyed, brown-haired British (though most sources give a San Francisco birth place) screen and vaudeville actor, regularly in the films of Laurel & Hardy, usually as a police officer.
On 11 November 1913, Frederick O. Salmon (35, of England) and Alice Mae Winsor (24, of England) wed in Los Angeles. Frederick's second marriage, Alice's first; both are performers. Frederick's parents are Charles Salmon (Ireland) and Mary "don't know" (England); Alice's parents are George Winsor (England) and Alice Shepphard (England).
He was a close personal friend of Charley Chase, who was a witness at his wedding.
Frederick O. Salmon registered for the first World War on 7 Sep 1918. He lives at 128 Ave 20, South Los Angeles. He is 41 years old, born 13 January 1878. He is an actor, travelling, and employed by self. Initially writing a "William Winsor" (brother-in-law) as a contact, he crossed that out and writes "Mrs. Frederick O. Salmon - travelling with me." Short, stout, blue eyes, brown hair.
1930 Census (7 Apr 1930) (lines 1-3)
Stage actor Frederick Salmon (52, b. Calif., dad b. Eng., mom b. Ire.) is renting 3118 (?) Cahuenga Blvd in Los Angeles for $50(?)/month, with wife Lois Mary (40, b. Eng., dad b. Eng, mom b. France) and daughter Patricia I. (14, b. CA).
Buried in Hollywood Memorial Park.
|Real name: Frederick Owen Salmon||Films listed on this page: complete Hal Roach filmography;
plus all films with Charley Chase;
plus all films with Laurel & Hardy.