Lincoln Stedman

Lincoln Stedman (May 18, 1907 – March 22, 1948) was an American silent film actor.

Lincoln Stedman
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Stedman c. 1922
Lincoln Stedman

(1907-05-18)May 18, 1907
Denver, Colorado, United States
DiedMarch 22, 1948(1948-03-22) (aged 40)
Years active1917–1934


Lincoln Stedman (right) and his mother Myrtle Stedman in 1922.

Stedman was born in Denver, Colorado, the only child to Marshall Stedman and silent film beauty Myrtle Stedman. Stedman had a career in films dating back to his boyhood in silent films with his parents. He appeared in 81 films between 1917 and 1934. Overweight as a teenager, Stedman resembled Roscoe Arbuckle which allowed him to convincingly play adult roles far beyond his years in real life.[1]

Lincoln Steadman in 1922.

He was married to Carol Rohe Stedman. One month before his death of a heart-ailment, his daughter Loretta Myrtle Stedman was born. Lincoln Stedman died in Los Angeles, California and was buried at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Los Angeles.[2]

Partial filmographyEdit

Stedman in american comedy drama film Two Minutes to Go (1921).


  1. ^ Pictorial History of the Silent Film by Daniel Blum c.1953
  2. ^ Lincoln Stedman; retrieved March 11, 2017

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