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Wayland Trask in Her Torpedoed Love (1917).
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Wayland Trask

Born 16 July 1887 in New York, New York, USA, as Wayland Trask, Jr.
Died 18 November 1918 in Hollywood, California, USA, of Spanish influenza.

Wayland Trask began his entertainment career with stage work, but is best remembered for his film work at The Keystone Film Company and Mack Sennett Films Corporation from 1915 through 1918.

References: Website-IMDb; Website-Wikipedia.

 
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