Jack Conway

Jack Conway

Brother-in-law of art director Bruce Bushman, actor Ralph Bushman, Lenore Bushman and Josephine Bushman.

Directed the first 'talkie" for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Alias Jimmy Valentine (1928).

Father, with Viola Barry, of Rosemary Foster

Father, with Virginia Bushman, of actor Pat Conway.

His career move from acting to directing occurred after he had refused to step into a cage and wrestle a lion.

Son-in-law of actor Francis X. Bushman.

Starred in one of the earliest movies ever filmed in Hollywood, Her Indian Hero (1912).

There is a street in Pacific Palisades named after him: Jacon Way.