There are two Jim Corey actors, the site has only one. Many internet references confuse the two. They are both buried at Valhalla Cemetery and were contemporary.
1: James Warren "Jim" Corey (October 19, 1883 – January 10, 1956) was an American actor.
James Warren Corey, Sr. was born in Long Pine, Nebraska in 1883, passed away January 10, 1956 in the Los Angeles area, and interred at Valhalla Cemetery.
He appeared in over 315 films between 1914 to 1948. He died at 61 in Burbank, California. He is buried at Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, California.
2: Jim Corey (March 22, 1889 – March 26, 1950) was an American actor.
Born Arthur Harrison Corey in Buffalo, New York, March 22, 1889 to Nathan Corey and Margaret Ford. He was a frequent henchman and also did stunt work. His film career began in the silents and continued through the late 1940s.
Corey is relatively easy to spot - he's thin and has a well lined face ... he wore a big, tall hat ... and packed his six-shooter on the left side.
He appeared in at least 216 westerns and 22 serials. He is known for his work on The Champion Liar (1920), The Man with the Punch (1920) and The Danger Man (1921). Performing primarily in western features, his credits include "The Master Key" (1914), "The Bronco Kid" (1920), "The Saddle King" (1921), "The Oregon Trial" (1923), "The Bar C Mystery" (1926), "The Shepherd of the Hills" (1941) and "In Old California" (1942).
He married Sylvia Frey (1898, Ohio) in 1917. The 1930 census has 41 year old Jim Corey, 32 year old wife Sylvia, 10 year old son Clarence H., 5 year old daughter Jean M. and 4 year old daughter Alice J. are residing in the Los Angeles area.
Corey passed away at the Los Angeles County General Hospital on March 26, 1950, the day after surgery for an abdominal aneurysm. He is buried at Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, California. More information may be found at http://www.b-westerns.com/henchie11.htm.