Frank Sheridan (June 11, 1869 – November 24, 1943) was an American actor of the silent and early sound film eras. Born in Boston, he began acting later in life, at the age of 46, and had several leading roles. As time went on, he segued into the character actor role, and continued working right into his 70s. Although mostly in smaller roles, he continued to enjoy featured roles occasionally throughout the 1930s, as in his role of Sam Stubener in the 1936 film, Conflict, which starred John Wayne. Sheridan and his wife Edna (née Carroll) Sheridan, had one child. Frank Sheridan died on November 24, 1943 in Hollywood, aged 74.