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A.S. ‘Pop’ Byron Net Worth

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A.S. ‘Pop’ Byron net worth:
$1.3 Million

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A.S. 'Pop' Byron was born on January 30, 1876 in Barnesville, Ohio, USA as Aquilla Stewart Byron. He was an actor, known for Devil on Deck (1932), Lady and Gent (1932) and Two for Tonight (1935). He was married to Kathryn Keys. He died on February 5, 1943 in Hollywood, California, USA.

Birth date: January 30, 1876, Barnesville, Ohio, United States
Death date: February 5, 1943, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth place: Barnesville, Ohio, USA
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Profession:Actor
Movies:Two for Tonight, The Big Shot, The Crime of Helen Stanley, Madame Spy
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#Fact
1"Pop" Byron (born Aquilla Stewart Byron) always went by his initials "A. S." and never named himself "Arthur." Unfortunately, many readers, seeing "A. S.," wrongly assumed that those initials stood for "Arthur." They did not! Whenever you see a credit to "Arthur S Byron" or "Arthur (Pop) Byron," those are mistakes, and need to be rewritten as "A. S. (Pop) Byron," in order to refer correctly to Aquilla Stewart (Pop) Byron.
2For information on the other veteran actor Byron, who was indeed named "Arthur Byron" (and probably should be nicknamed "Arthur (Official) Byron"), see IMDB's separate page for him, under Arthur Byron.
3American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1931-1940 is under the impression in their index that Arthur S. Byron and Arthur Byron are the same person. They are not.


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Night of January 16th1941Court House Elevator Repairman (uncredited)
Dancing on a Dime1940Night Watchman (uncredited)
Young People1940Doorman (uncredited)
The Return of Frank James1940Train Engineer (uncredited)
Golden Gloves1940Customer (uncredited)
Lillian Russell1940Policeman (uncredited)
Opened by Mistake1940Elderly Man (uncredited)
Emergency Squad1940Apartment Man (uncredited)
The Star Maker1939Stage Doorman
Second Fiddle1939Minor Role (uncredited)
Unmarried1939Turnkey (uncredited)
Union Pacific1939Old Irishman (uncredited)
Broadway Serenade1939Pat (uncredited)
Disbarred1939Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Sweethearts1938Policeman (uncredited)
The Arkansas Traveler1938Second Man (as A. S. Byron)
Alexander's Ragtime Band1938Train Conductor (uncredited)
The Buccaneer1938Victory Ball Guest (uncredited)
Wells Fargo1937Townsman (uncredited)
Love and Hisses1937Policeman (uncredited)
Sophie Lang Goes West1937Train Conductor (as 'Pop' Byron)
Wild Money1937Gardner (uncredited)
Love Is News1937Cop (uncredited)
Time Out for Romance1937Jailer (uncredited)
Hideaway Girl1936Dock watchman
Reunion1936Prison Guard (uncredited)
Dimples1936Policeman at Theater (uncredited)
Wives Never Know1936Stage Doorman (uncredited)
Walking on Air1936Judge (uncredited)
A Son Comes Home1936Reilly (uncredited)
The Return of Sophie Lang1936Police Headquarters Porter (uncredited)
Till We Meet Again1936Chef (uncredited)
The Milky Way1936Cop (uncredited)
The Bride Comes Home1935Chicago Park Cop (uncredited)
Ah, Wilderness!1935Nickolas (uncredited)
Two Fisted1935Bartender (uncredited)
She Married Her Boss1935Store Watchman (uncredited)
Two for Tonight1935Jailer
Men Without Names1935Post Office Grouch (uncredited)
The Flame Within1935Minor Role (uncredited)
Bride of Frankenstein1935King (uncredited)
Princess O'Hara1935O'Malley (uncredited)
Wings in the Dark1935Guard (uncredited)
Romance in Manhattan1935Policeman Writing Down Charges (uncredited)
The Best Man Wins1935Irish Policeman (uncredited)
Menace1934/IEnglish Police Sergeant (uncredited)
The Merry Widow1934Doorman (uncredited)
Among the Missing1934Williams (uncredited)
Whom the Gods Destroy1934Stagehand (uncredited)
The Hell Cat1934Cop (uncredited)
The Crime of Helen Stanley1934Detective #3 (uncredited)
The Countess of Monte Cristo1934Stefan's Friend
Wharf Angel1934Police Officer (uncredited)
No More Women1934Deputy (uncredited)
Madame Spy1934Chemist
One Sunday Afternoon1933O'Reilly - Phoenix Foreman (uncredited)
Central Park1932Policeman Showing Charlie the Wanted Poster (uncredited)
Penguin Pool Murder1932Jailer Strauss (uncredited)
You Said a Mouthful1932Elliott (uncredited)
If I Had a Million1932Murphy's Beds Proprietor (uncredited)
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang1932Cop in Barber Shop (uncredited)
The Crash1932House Detective (uncredited)
Life Begins1932First Druggist (uncredited)
Lady and Gent1932Judge (scenes deleted, as A.S. Byron)
Make Me a Star1932Majestic Studio Gate Guard (uncredited)
Devil on Deck1932Pop Wheeler (as A.S. Byron)
The Big Shot1931Mr. Potts (uncredited)
Ladies of the Big House1931Juror (uncredited)

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