John Daly Murphy
John Daly Murphy was an American actor.
John Daly Murphy was born on February 5th, in Chicago, Illinois, United States. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.
He died on Tuesday, November 20th, 1934 at the age of sixty-one (61) in New York, New York, United States.
As an actor, John Daly Murphy has been seen in movies such as The Two Orphans, released in 1915 portraying Picard, The Kreutzer Sonata (1915).
The Two Orphans
Directed by: H. Brenon, starring T. Bara, J. Sothern, W. E. Shay, H. Brenon...
The Kreutzer Sonata
Directed by: H. Brenon, starring N. O'Neil, T. Bara, W. E. Shay, M. Yvonne...
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