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Gordon De Main

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Lobby card for The Wolf Dog (1933) with De Main at right
Lobby card for The Wolf Dog (1933) with De Main at right

Floyd Wood (September 28, 1886 – March 5, 1954)[1][2] better known as Gordon De Main, was an American film actor. He was leading man for the New York-based Excelsior company in the early 1910s, and was later a supporting actor in many films, particularly Westerns.

Born in Washington, Iowa, he was variously credited as Gordon De Maine / DeMain / DeMaine, Gordon Wood(s), G. D. Wood(s), G. A. Wood(s), Bud Wood or J. D. Wood. He died March 5, 1954 in Los Angeles County, California.

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Silent Film Necrology, p. 130, c.2001 by Eugene Vazzana
  2. ^ Who Was Who on Screen, p. 119 c.1977 by Evelyn Mack Truitt *note [this publication claims his date of birth as 1897-March 5, 1967]
  3. ^ a b Threestooges.net Includes picture

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