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George Arliss

George Arliss

  • House of Rothschild, The (1934) September 23 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: February 5, 1946
Born: April 10, 1868 Cause of Death: bronchial ailment
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Began with the Elephant and Castle theater; reportedly on stage for almost a year before given a line to speak; first part in "Vidocq"
1890:
First West End appearance (bit), "Across Her Path"
1900:
First starring role on London stage opposite Mrs. Patrick Campbell in "Mr & Mrs Daventry"
1902:
Successful Broadway debut opposite Campbell in Shaw's "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray"
1910:
First created most famous role, "Disraeli" (date approximate)
1920:
First major film role, recreating stage role in "The Devil"
1923:
Triumphant return to London stage in "The Green Goddess" after 22 years in America (date approximate)
1923:
Became first president of the Episcopal Actors Guild in New York; held position for 15 years
1924:
Returned to American stage
1928:
Last formal stage appearance, "What Shall It Profit?" (Which he co-wrote)
1929:
Returned to film after six years to make talkie debut in title role of "Disraeli" (which he had filmed previously in 1921)
1937:
Last film, "Dr. Syn", made in England

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