Edwin J. Collins was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England in 1875. He was an actor for Cricks & Martin Studios from 1910-1911 but was became better known as a director of more than 50 short films between 1912 and 1923 for the same company and then for H.B. Parkinson.
Collins died in Richmond, Surrey, England on January 14, 1937. He was 62 years-old.
COLLINS, Edwin J. (aka Ed Collins) (Edwin Joseph Collins) [1875, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, U.K. – 1/14/1937, Richmond, Surrey, England, U.K.] – director, writer, cameraman, film actor.
A Rake’s Romance - 1909