A tall, dark-haired supporting actor of the early silent screen, G. Raymond Nye had spent five years with various road companies and appeared in vaudeville prior to entering films with American in Santa Barbara, CA, in 1914. He later played villains at Fox and Universal and was the featured villain in scores of low-budget melodramas of the 1920s. Nye, who appeared in films as late as the 1950s, became an extra after the changeover to sound. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi