Birth Name: Lionel Blyth
Birth: Apr 28, 1878 - Philadelphia, PA
Death: Nov 15, 1954 - Van Nuys, CA
LIONEL BARRYMORE ON THE STAGE
- 1927 Thirteenth Hour as Professor Leroy
- 1926 Bells aka Murder by Phone
- 1926 The Temptress as: Canterac
- 1926 The Barrier as: Stark Bennett
- 1926 Paris at Midnight
- 1926 Lucky Lady as: Grand Duke
- 1926 Brooding Eyes as: Slim Jim Carey
- 1925 The Iron Man aka Man Of Iron as: Philip Durban
- 1925 The Wrongdoers
- 1925 The Girl Who Wouldn't Work as: Gordon Kent
- 1925 Wildfire
- 1925 Children of the Whirlwind
- 1925 The Splendid Road as: Dan Clehollis
- 1924 Decameron Nights as: Suladin
- 1924 Meddling Women as: Edwin Ainsworth @ John Wells
- 1924 America / The Fall of Babylon r
- 1924 I Am the Man as: James McQuade
- 1923 The Enemies of Women as: Prince Lubimoff
- 1923 Unseeing Eyes as: Conrad Dean
- 1923 Eternal City as: Baron Bonelli
- 1923 A Lady of Quality as: Sir Geoffrey Wildairs
- 1922 The Face in the Fog as: Blackie Dawson, reformed crook
- 1922 Boomerang Bill as Boomerang Bill
- 1921 Jim the Penman as: James Ralston ---------- Both
John and Lionel were in The Jest a play.
- 1921 Great Adventure as: Priam Faril
- 1920 Copperhead
- 1920 The Master Mind as: Henry Allen
- 1920 Devil's Garden
- 1920 The Penalty
- 1917 His Father's Son as: J. Dabney Barron
- 1917 Life's Whirlpool Director / Screenwriter
- 1916 The Brand of Cowardice as: Cyril Hamilton
- 1916 Quitter
- 1915 Yellow Streak
- 1914 The Exploits of Elaine
- 1914 The Seats of the Mighty
- 1914 Judith of Bethulia [doc]
- 1914 Classmates
- 1913 An Adventure in the Autumn Woods
- 1913 Brute Force aka In Prehistoric Days
- 1913 Near to Earth
- 1913 Oil and Water
- 1913 A Misunderstood Boy
- 1913 The Perfidy of Mary
- 1913 The House of Discord
- 1913 Just Gold
- 1913 Death's Marathon
- 1913 The Enemy's Baby
- 1913 The House of Darkness
- 1913 A Girl's Stratagem
- 1913 The Lady and the Mouse
- 1913 The Battle at Elderbush Gulch
- 1913 The Yaqui Cur
- 1913 The Vengeance of Galora Screenwriter / Actor
- 1913 The Wanderer
- 1913 Fate
- 1913 The Ranchero's Revenge
- 1913 So Runs the Way
- 1913 The Sheriff's Baby
- 1913 A Timely Interception
- 1913 Three Friends
- 1913 The Telephone Girl and the Lady
- 1913 The Tender Hearted Boy Actor / Screenwriter
- 1912 Friends
- 1912 Musketeers of Pig Alley and Selected Biograph Shorts
- 1912 A Cry for Help
- 1912 The God Within
- 1912 Gold and Glitter
- 1912 Brutality
- 1912 The Chief's Blanket
- 1912 The Burglar's Dilemma Actor / Screenwriter
- 1912 So Near, Yet So Far
- 1912 The New York Hat as: The Pastor
- 1912 My Hero
- 1912 The One She Loved
- 1912 Home Folks
- 1912 The Informer
- 1912 My Baby
- 1912 The Massacre
- 1911 The Battle
- 1911 The Miser's Heart
- 1911 Fighting Blood
- 1909 Short Films of D.W. Griffith, Vol. 2 [doc]
1893). The Rivals, Play in three acts by Richard Sheridan.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew presenting Mrs. John Drew in Sheridan's
Comedy, 1893. A 14 year old Lionel Barrymore debuted.
1894) The Road to Ruin; Produced under the direction of Sidney
Drew at the Star Theater: cast included Mrs. John Drew, Mr. Sidney
Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew (aka Gladys Rankin),...Lionel as "Footman."
1895) The Bachelor's Baby, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew, opened
at Park Theater, Boston. Directed by McKee Rankin, part of the
cast included: Mr. McKee Rankin, J.B. Booth, Sidney Drew, Sidney
Booth, Lionel Barrymore as Sgt. Jones and Mrs. Sidney Drew.
1896). Mary Pennington Spinster; opened at Palmer's Theater,
directed by Charles Burnham Lionel as Watson. Also played at
1896). Squire Kate; Opened at Palmer Theater, directed by
Charles Burnham. Lionel as Lord Silversnake.
1897). Cumberland 61; Lionel Barrymore as Adolfus Drayton
Lenox, a cadet.
1898). Uncle Dick; opened at Star Theater. Lionel as Lawrence
1898). Honorable John Rigsby; opened at National Theater,
Washington. Lionel as Harold Mason.
1900). Arizona; opened at Chicago Grand Opera House. Lionel
as Sergeant Kellar.
1900). Sag Harbor; (76 performances),
1901). Brixton Burglary; (48 performances). Produced by Sam
Shubert at Herald Square Theater.
1901). The Second in Command; (128 performances); produced
by Charles Frohman at Empire Theater. John Drew, Lionel Barrymore
1902). The Mummy and the Humming Bird; (85 performances);
produced by Charles Frohman at the Empire Theater. John Drew
and Lionel Barrymore.
1903). The Best of Friends; (65 performances). Produced by
Charles Frohman. Lionel as Kid Garvey.
1903) The Other Girl; Produced by Charles Frohman.
1905). Pantaloon; J.M. Barried at Criterion Theater; Produced
by Charles Frohman. cast included John Barrymore, John F. Kennedy,
1905) This play was preceded by Alice Sit-By-The-Fire,
also by J.M. Barrie. Produced by Charles Frohman on Dec. 25,
1905 cast included: Ethel Barrymore, Beatrice Agnew, John Barrymore...
1909). The Fires of Fate; Produced by Charles Frohman.
1910). The Jail Bird; cast was McKee Rankin, Doris Rankin,
withdrawn becase of bad reviews and substituted by The White
1910-11). The White Slaver, Vaudeville play by Lionel Barrymore,
who was an Italian laborer; Doris Rankin as his daughter and
McKee Rankin as the slaver.
1911). Bob Acres; Lionel Barrymore as Sir Lucius O'Trigger,
Sideny Drew as Bob Acres, Sidney Rankin Drew as Captain Absolute.
1912). The Still Voice; cast Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew, Lionel
Barrymore, Doris Rankin and S. Rankin Drew.
1917; Peter Ibbetson; (71 performances). Produced by Messrs
Shubert at Republic Theater, New York. John Barrymore, Lionel
1918). The Copperhead (120 performances). Lionel Barrymore
and Doris Rankin.
1919). The Jest; (77 performances). John Barrymore, Lionel
1920). The Letter of the Law, (89 performaces), Lionel Barrymore
with Doris Rankin.
1921) MacBeth; (28 performances); 1921) The Claw; (115 performances);
1923). Laugh, Clown, Laugh; (133 performances).1925) The Piker;
(44 performances); story by Oliver Eastwood. 1925). Taps; (32
performances).1925). Man or Devil; (20 performances).
- Best Director (nom) Madame X 1928-29 Academy
- Best Actor (win) A Free Soul 1930-31 Academy