Raymond McKee

The New Aunt 1929
1892 - 1984

Raymond McKee  American Actor

Age
91
Zodiac

Raymond McKee (December 7, 1892 – October 3, 1984) was an American actor. He appeared in 173 films between 1912 and 1935. His film debut was in The Lovers' Signal (1912)....

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Longest Relationship61 yrs, 6 mths
Average Relationship Length30 yrs, 9 mths
First Name Raymond
Last Name McKee
Full Name at Birth Eldon Raymond McKee
Age 91 (age at death) years
Birthday 7th December, 1892
Birthplace Keokuk, Iowa
Died 3rd October, 1984
Place of Death Long Beach, California
Cause of Death Pneumonia
Height 5' 7" (170 cm)
Build Slim
Hair Color Brown - Light
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Year(s) Active 1912-1935
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NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Raymond McKee91 SagittariusActor
American
Marguerite Courtot86 CancerActress
American
Frances White73 CapricornActress
American

Children

NameGenderBornAge
Raymond Courtot
Male

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Rumba1935 Dance Director Movie
Campus Knights1929 Prof. Ezra Hastings, Earl Hastings Movie
The New Aunt1929 Jimmy Smith Movie
Frozen River1929 Jerry Movie
Heart to Heart1928 Milt D'Arcy Movie
King of the Herd1927 Paul Garrison Movie
Exclusive Rights1926 Mack Miller Movie
Free to Love1925 Tony Movie
Compromise1925 Cholly Movie
Contraband1925 Evan B. Pell Movie
The Lawful Cheater1925 Richard Steele Movie
Romance Road1925 Patrick O'Brien Movie
Babbitt1924 Theodore Roosevelt Babbitt Movie
Three Women1924 Fred's friend Movie
Along Came Ruth1924 Allan Hubbard Movie
The Silent Accuser1924 Jack Movie
Valley of Hate1924 Harvey Swope Movie
Down to the Sea in Ships1922 Thomas Allan Dexter Movie
A Blind Bargain1922 Robert Sandell Movie
Through a Glass Window1922 Tomasso Barilio Movie
Blind Hearts1921 Paul Thomas Movie
Lovetime1921 Arthur de Sivry (Marquis of Savoy), André Broque Movie
Flame of Youth1920 Jeanot Movie
The Fortune Teller1920 Stephen Browning Movie
Love's Harvest1920 Jim Atherton Movie
Kathleen Mavourneen1919 Terence O'Moore Movie
Kidnapped1917 David Balfour Movie
Edison Bugg's Invention1916 Edison Bugg Short Film
It Happened in Pikesville1916 Exhausted Eddy Short Film
A Maid to Order1916 The Man of the House Short Film
Twin Flats1916 Raymond Short Film
A Lucky Strike1915 Clerk Movie
Santa Claus vs. Cupid1915 Dick Norwood Short Film
They Looked Alike1915 Sam Short Film
Capturing Bad Bill1915 Pete Pepper Short Film
Clothes Make the Man1915 Harold Short Film
An Expensive Visit1915 Dick Short Film
Her Choice1915 Harry Short Film
Not Much Force1915 Pat McNat Short Film
Poor Baby1915 Pete, a tramp Short Film
The Prize Baby1915 Pip Short Film
Safety Worst1915 Billington Biggs Short Film
Shoddy the Tailor1915 Henry Buggs Short Film
The Simp and the Sophomores1915 Percy Quince Short Film
What a Cinch1915 Lt. Dick Young Short Film
Outwitting Dad1914 Bob Kewp Short Film
The Servant Girl's Legacy1914 Tim Short Film
A Brewerytown Romance1914 Emil Schweitzer Short Film
Dobs at the Shore1914 Count Casco Short Film
For Two Pins1914 The Chief of Police Short Film
The Green Alarm1914 Jake Short Film
He Wanted His Pants1914 James Jimson Short Film
He Won a Ranch1914 Dan Bell Short Film
The Honor of the Force1914 Gyp, the Dip Short Film
Jealous James1914 Harry Short Film
The Kidnapped Bride1914 Emil Schweitzer Short Film
Long May It Wave1914 Pat McCarthy Short Film
Making Auntie Welcome1914 Police Chief Short Film
The Particular Cowboys1914 Jake Movie
Pins Are Lucky1914 John Cozens Short Film
She Married for Love1914 Harry Bounce Short Film
The Smuggler's Daughter1914 Hans Schmidt Short Film
A Tango Tragedy1914 Bill Ryan Short Film
When the Ham Turned1914 A. Hamo Short Film
Worms Will Turn1914 Bill Raggles Short Film
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