Family & Companions
Waldemar Young was known for his creative screenwriting skills. Young earned a film writing career following such successful contributions to titles such as "Suds" (1920), "The Off-Shore Pirate" (1921) and the Lon Chaney crime feature "The Unholy Three" (1925). He also appeared in "The Black Bird" (1926), the Lon Chaney crime picture "The Unknown" (1927) and the crime flick "The Show" (1927) with John Gilbert. Toward the end of his career, Young wrote the horror flick "Island of Lost Souls" (1933) with Charles Laughton, the Claudette Colbert historical love story "Cleopatra" (1934) and the dramatic adaptation "Men in White" (1934) with Clark Gable. Young more recently wrote "Test Pilot" (1938). Young was Brigham Young's grandson. Young was married to Elizabeth Young. Young passed away in August 1938 at the age of 60.
Writer (Feature Film)