|Born||in Hartford, Kentucky, USA|
|Died||in France (killed in combat during World War I)|
|Birth Name||Lawrence Ross Peyton|
Mini Bio (1)
Lawrence Peyton born in Hartford, Kentucky in 1895. Handsome, wavy haired athletic star of many silent drama, comedy and westerns, first starred at the age of 18 in a short western 'The Range Deadline' made at the Nestor Film Company in 1913, followed with the Majestic Motion Picture Company in 1914, he's perhaps best remembered in the supporting role as Gaspard in 'Joan the Woman' directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Geraldine Farrar for the Paramount Co in 1916, and as James Montague in the comedy/western series 'Buck Parvin' directed by William Bertram and starring Art Acord at the American Film Company in 1915-16, he was last seen in 'Rosalind at Redgate' directed and starred Ruth Stonehouse at Universal released a year after his death, killed in action in France during WW1 he was only 23.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Rothwell-Smith