Clay M. Greene
|Died||May 9, 1933 (aged 83)|
|Spouse(s)||Alice Randolph Wheeler (First) Laura Hewett Robinson (Second) |
|Parent(s)||William Greene (1812–1871)|
Anne Fisk (1830–1901)
|Relatives||Harry Ashland Greene (brother)|
He was born on March 12, 1850 in San Francisco, California to William Harrison Greene (1812–1871) and Anne Elizabeth Fisk (1830–1901). He studied at Santa Clara University and was part of the graduating class of 1869. He was author to fifty plays and opera librettos. He was known for such plays as M'liss, Struck Oil, Blue Beard, Little Trooper, and The Golden Giant.
Filmography as writer
- M'Liss – 1918
- Struck Oil
- Blue Beard
- Little Trooper
- The Golden Giant
- The Climbers – 1915
- The Great Ruby (1915)
- The Fortune Hunter – 1914
- The House Next Door – 1914
- Verses of Love, Sentiment and Friendship – 1921
- "Clay Greene, Playwright, To Wed Wealthy Widow." Oakland (CA) Tribune, February 16, 1911, p. 2.
- "Clay M. Greene, Actor, Dies In West. Was First American Born in San Francisco. Shepherd of the Lambs". The New York Times. September 6, 1933. Retrieved 2014-12-31.
- "Clay M. Greene Stricken Blind" (PDF). timesmachine.nytimes.com. March 17, 1918. Retrieved 2020-12-27.
- "Clay M. Greene – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB". www.ibdb.com.