December 28, 1890|
||June 10, 1967
||Actor and screenwriter
Frank Butler (December 28, 1890 — June 10, 1967) was an American film and theatre actor; he was also a screenwriter.
His theatre career included two appearances (1920s–1930s) in Broadway-theatre productions in New York City, New York.
Butler's film career started with silent films in the early 1920s. He appeared in almost fifty films and wrote more than sixty screenplays. This included the 1937 film, Champagne Waltz.
He co-won, with Frank Cavett, an Academy Award for Best Writing, [Adapted] Screenplay for the film Going My Way (1944). Butler had earlier been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing (Original Screenplay) twice in the same year for both Road to Morocco and Wake Island, both released in 1942.