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Hallam Cooley
Cooley in Holiday (1930)
Born(1895-02-08)February 8, 1895
DiedMarch 20, 1971(1971-03-20) (aged 76)
Other namesHal Cooley
Years active1913-1936
Elizabeth Bates
(m. 1919; div. 1934)
Doris MacMahon
(m. 1935)

Hallam Burr (February 8, 1895 – March 20, 1971), known by his stage name Hallam Cooley, was an American actor of the silent era. He appeared in more than 100 films between 1913 and 1936. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, and died in Tiburon, California.[citation needed]

Cooley attended Northwestern Military Academy in Highland Park, Illinois,[1] and graduated from the University of Minnesota. He began as a stage actor[2] and later worked for American, Ince, Selig, and Universal studios before going to Famous Players–Lasky.[1]

Cooley married Elizabeth Bates on Christmas Day, 1919,[1] and they divorced in July 1934.[3] His second wife was Doris MacMahon, and they married on August 1, 1935.[4][5] He claimed to be a direct descendant of Aaron Burr, the third Vice President of the United States.[6]

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Partial filmography

Cooley with Doris May in The Foolish Age (1921)


  1. ^ a b c Stuart, Jane L. (January 1920). "Hallam Cooley's Trail". Motion Picture Classic. IX: 88, 93. Retrieved October 21, 2019.
  2. ^ "Cooley is member of heroic villain school". The Pittsburgh Press. Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh. February 24, 1924. p. 45. Retrieved October 21, 2019 – via
  3. ^ Kendall, Read (August 17, 1934). "Around and About in Hollywood". Los Angeles Times. p. 18 – via
  4. ^ "Guests surrounding Doris MacMahon and Hallam Cooley on their wedding day, Los Angeles, 1935". UCLA Library Special Collections. University of California, Los Angeles. Retrieved May 1, 2023.
  5. ^ Weaver, Sylva (August 4, 1935). "Studio Folk Turn Out for Wedding Rite". Los Angeles Times. p. 51 – via
  6. ^ "Hallam Cooley Has New Role". Los Angeles Times. January 7, 1930. p. 31 – via

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