Clyde Fillmore was born on October 25, 1876 in McConnelsville, Ohio, USA as Clyde Fogle. He was an actor, known for The More the Merrier (1943), Watch on the Rhine (1943) and The Shanghai Gesture (1941). He died on December 19, 1946 in Santa Monica, California, USA. He was born as Clyde Van Nuys Fogel to Millard Fillmore Fogel 1853–1929 Birth in Morgan County, Ohio, and Peninah H. "Nina" Hammond, Birth 1849–Morgan County, Ohio. Clyde's maternal grandparents were Hannah(Scott) and James C. Hammond; Great grandparents were Ursula (Barnett) and John Gore Hammond of Morgan County, early settlers coming from Maryland to Virginia, to Ohio. With Lea Penman, to whom he married in 1924, helped discover Marjorie Lord as a teen when Marjorie was a student at the school where they taught acting in New York city. He was a dapper silent screen character actor, often in roguish roles. At Paramount in the 1920's, he rejoined this studio in the 40's as a small part supporting player. During the intervening years, he had a busy career on Broadway playing men of means or influence.