Ben Lyon was an American actor.
Ben Lyon was born on February 6th, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.
He died on Thursday, March 22nd, 1979 at the age of seventy-eight (78) in aboard a cruise ship passing Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.
As an actor, Ben Lyon has performed in movies such as I Cover the Waterfront, released in 1933 in which he portrays H. Joseph 'Joe' Miller, The Big Timer (1932) in which he plays Cooky Bradford, Hell's Angels (1930) in which he portrays Monte Rutledge, A Soldier's Plaything (1930) playing Georgie Wilson, The Dark Tower (1943) (Phil Danton), and For the Love of Mike (1927) portraying Mike.
The Dark Tower
Directed by: J. Harlow, starring B. Lyon, A. Crawford, D. Farrar, H. Lom...
I Cover the Waterfront
Directed by: J. Cruze, starring B. Lyon, C. Colbert, E. Torrence, H. Cavanaugh...
Directed by: R. Florey, starring G. Farrell, B. Lyon, M. Brian, L. Talbot...
The Crooked Circle
Directed by: H. Bruce Humberstone, starring Z. Pitts, J. Gleason, B. Lyon, I. Purcell...
Week Ends Only
Directed by: A. Crosland, starring J. Bennett, B. Lyon, J. Halliday, H. Hobbes...
The Big Timer
Directed by: E. Buzzell, starring B. Lyon, C. Cummings, T. Todd, T. Dugan...
Lady with a Past
Directed by: E. H. Griffith, starring C. Bennett, B. Lyon, D. Manners, D. Alvarado...
Directed by: W. A. Wellman, starring B. Stanwyck, B. Lyon, J. Blondell, C. Gable...
A Soldier's Plaything
Directed by: M. Curtiz, starring B. Lyon, H. Langdon, L. Loder, N. Beery...
Directed by: H. Hughes, starring B. Lyon, J. Hall, J. Darrow, L. Prival...
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