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Steve Clemente

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Steve Clemente
Steve Clemente in The Murder in the Museum.jpg
Steve Clemente in
The Murder in the Museum (1934)
Esteban Clemento Morro

(1885-11-22)November 22, 1885
Tonichi, Sonora, Mexico
DiedMay 7, 1950(1950-05-07) (aged 64)
Other namesSteve Clemento
Years active1914-1942

Steve Clemente (born Esteban Clemento Morro November 22, 1885 – May 7, 1950) was a Mexican-American actor known for his many villainous roles. He began acting in his teens, signing up for his first movie, The Secret Man, in 1917. His later roles were usually bit parts.

In 1922, he came to Hollywood to put on a knife demonstration for a disbelieving director. He was trusted to throw knives in movies that had to land an inch or two away from a celebrity. He always got right on target, and developed a good reputation for stunts. He was a known scene stealer and was famous for his villainous snarl. He later appeared in such movies as The Most Dangerous Game (1932), playing Tartar, the second henchman of Count Zarrof and played the Witch King in King Kong (1933) and its sequel Son of Kong (1933).

After his last movie, Perils of Nyoka (1942), he retired from the acting scene. On May 7, 1950, he died from a cerebral hemorrhage.



From serial Lightning Bryce (1919)  Jill Woodward and Steve Clemente
From serial Lightning Bryce (1919)
Jill Woodward and Steve Clemente

Miscellaneous Crew

  • Under Two Flags (1936) .... knife thrower (uncredited)
  • Valley of the Sun (1942) .... knife thrower (uncredited)
  • Rookies in Burma (1943) .... knife thrower
  • Murder on the Waterfront (1943) .... knife thrower (uncredited)


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This page was last edited on 24 April 2022, at 07:43
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