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Julia Arthur (1868–1950)

Julia Arthur was born on May 3, 1868 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada as Julia Lewis. She was an actress, known for His Woman (1919), Barbara Fritchie: The Story of a Patriotic American Woman (1908) and The Woman the Germans Shot (1918). She was married to Benjamin Pierce Cheney. She died on March 28, 1950 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

His Woman
His Woman Actress
(1919)
The Woman the Germans Shot
The Woman the Germans Shot Nurse Edith Cavell
(1918)
Ruy Blas
Ruy Blas Actress
(1909)

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 1919 His Woman (Short)
 1919 The Common Cause
Italy (prologue)
 1910/I Uncle Tom's Cabin (Short)
 1909 The Life of Napoleon (Short)
 1909 King Lear (Short)
Regan (unconfirmed)
 1909 Ruy Blas (Short)
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Stage Play: Macbeth. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Arthur Hopkins. Apollo Theatre: 17 Feb 1921- Mar 1921 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Lionel Barrymore (as "Macbeth, a general of the Scottish army"), Julia Arthur (as "Lady Macbeth") [final Broadway role], E.J. Ballantine (as "Malcolm, son of... See more »

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Screen and stage actress. See more »

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