John Roche was an American actor.
John Roche was born John C. Roche on February 6th, in Penn Yan, New York, United States. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.
He died on Monday, November 10th, 1952 at the age of fifty-nine (59) in Los Angeles, California, United States.
As an actor, John Roche has been seen in movies such as "Kiss Me Again", released in 1925 (Maurice), "Monte Carlo" (1930) playing Paul, the 'Real' Hairdresser, "Lady with a Past" (1932) in which he plays Carl Howe, "Winner Take All" (1932) portraying Roger Elliott, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (1927) in which he plays Augustine St. Clare, and "The Unholy Night" (1929) playing Lieutenant Savor.
Where Do We Go from Here?
Directed by: G. Ratoff, starring F. MacMurray, J. Leslie, J. Haver, G. Sheldon...
Winner Take All
Directed by: R. Del Ruth, starring J. Cagney, M. Nixon, G. Kibbee, D. Moore...
Polly of the Circus
Directed by: A. Santell, starring M. Davies, C. Gable, C. Aubrey Smith, R. Hatton...
Lady with a Past
Directed by: E. H. Griffith, starring C. Bennett, B. Lyon, D. Manners, D. Alvarado...
Directed by: E. Lubitsch, starring J. Buchanan, J. MacDonald, C. Allister, Z. Pitts...
The Unholy Night
Directed by: L. Barrymore, starring E. Torrence, R. Young, D. Sebastian, N. Moorhead...
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Directed by: H. A. Pollard, starring M. Fischer, J. B. Lowe, A. Edmund Carewe, G. Siegmann...
Kiss Me Again
Directed by: E. Lubitsch, starring M. Prevost, M. Blue, J. Roche, C. Bow...
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