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Source: Screening the Past
Gilbert Emery (birth name: Gilbert Charles Warren Emery) (a.k.a. Gilbert Warren-Emery)
Born: Established: 1882 ; Died: Ceased: 24 Dec 1934 Los Angeles, California,
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Gender: Male
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Best remembered for his portrayal of Ginger Mick in the films The Sentimental Bloke (1919) and Ginger Mick (1920), Gilbert Emery began his theatrical career as a variety artist in the early 1900s. His first known stage appearance (as a descriptive vocalist) was on the bill of a sacred and rational concert at King's Theatre, Fremantle (WA) under the management of George R. Lawrence. Over the next 15 years he worked in both vaudeville and "legitimate" theatre (notably with Meynell-Gunn, and Philip Lytton), and made his feature film debut in 1911.

Emery moved to Los Angeles in 1921 and stayed there for the rest of his life, teaching in an acting school.

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