William Humphrey was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1909, he joined the Vitagraph Company in Brooklyn. In his early acting career, Humphrey appeared in such films as "Haldane of the Secret Service" (1923), the Ramon Novarro adventure "Scaramouche" (1923) and the dramatic adaptation "The Actress" (1928) with Norma Shearer. He also appeared in "Devil May Care" (1929). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the mystery "Cheating Blondes" (1933) with Thelma Todd, "One Year Later" (1933) and the thriller "The Vampire Bat" (1933) with Lionel Atwill. He also appeared in "The Fighting Pilot" (1935). Humphrey was most recently credited in the Bette Davis comedy "Wicked Stepmother" (1989). Humphrey passed away in October 1942 at the age of 67.
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Joined the Vitagraph Company in Brooklyn
Film acting debut in one-reel "Napoleon--The Man of Destiny"