Robert Harron


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Robert Harron

Robert Harron Death

Robert passed away on September 5, 1920 at the age of 27 in New York City, New York. Robert's cause of death was accidental gun shot wound (to left lung).

Robert Harron death quick facts:
  • When did Robert Harron die?

    September 5, 1920
  • How did Robert Harron die? What was the cause of death?

    Accidental gun shot wound (to left lung)
  • How old was Robert Harron when died?

  • Where did Robert Harron die? What was the location of death?

    New York City, New York

Robert Harron Birthday and Date of Death

Robert Harron was born on April 12, 1893 and died on September 5, 1920. Robert was 27 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: April 12, 1893
Date of Death: September 5, 1920
Age at Death: 27

Is Robert Harron's father, John Harron Sr, dead or alive?

John Harron Sr's information is not available now.

Is Robert Harron's mother, Anne Harron, dead or alive?

Anne Harron's information is not available now.

Robert Harron's sisters :

Robert has 5 sisters:
  • Theresa
  • Robert Harron's sister, Madeline, is still alive and kicking. She is American and has had a career as a musician.

  • Agnes
  • Robert Harron's sister, Mary, is still alive and kicking at the age of 6.

  • Edna

Robert Harron's brothers :

Robert has 2 brothers:
  • John Harron
  • Charles

Robert Harron - Biography

Teenaged New Yorker Robert Harron escaped the bleak poverty of his Irish-immigrant neighborhood by taking a messenger job at the American Biograph film studios in the Bronx. When director D. W. Griffith arrived at Biograph in 1908, he took a liking to Harron and decided to take advantage of the boy's photogenic qualities. Before he was 20 years old, Harron was one of the busiest and most popular players at Biograph, acting opposite such "youngsters" as the Gish Sisters and Mary Pickford and playing an exhausting variety of characters, from country bumpkins to hollow-eyed drug addicts. He played one large role and several smaller ones in Griffith's groundbreaking Birth of a Nation, and was prominently featured as the young man unjustly sentenced to hang in the director's follow-up epic Intolerance. He remained with Griffith in 1920, then broke off to form his own production company. Unfortunately, Harron never realized his goal. In September of 1920, Harron died when he was fatally wounded by a gunshot to the left lung in what was officially ruled an accident.