Gordon Griffith's acting career began when he was a mere seven years old. Griffith started off his career in film with roles in the comedy adaptation "Tillie's Punctured Romance" (1914) with Charlie Chaplin, the Elmo Lincoln adventure "Tarzan of the Apes" (1918) and the adventure "The Son of Tarzan" (1921) with P Dempsey Tabler. Griffith then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "The Village Blacksmith" (1922), the drama "Main Street" (1923) with Florence Vidor and the Mary Pickford drama "Little Annie Rooney" (1925). He also appeared in "The Cat's Pajamas" (1926) and the Bill Cody western "Blazing Justice" (1936). Griffith was most recently credited in the dramatic adaptation "All the Right Noises" (1973) with Tom Bell. Griffith passed away in October 1958 at the age of 51.