Appeared (as "The Comedian") in "The Comedian" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Sacha Guitry
. Produced by / directed by / book adapted by David Belasco
. Lyceum Theatre: 13 Mar 1923-May 1923 (closing date unknown/87 performances). Cast: H. Cooper Cliffe
(as "Mounet-Pombla"), Jacques DeWolfe (as "Henri"), Marguarite Denys (as "...
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5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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One side of my face is gentle and kind, incapable of anything but love of my fellow man. The other side, the other profile, is cruel and predatory and evil, incapable of anything but the lusts and dark passions. It all depends on which side of my face is turned toward you--or the camera. It all depends on which side faces the moon at the ebb of the tide.
His third wife, the former Louise Brooks Cromwell of Philadelphia society, had formerly been married to Gen. Douglas MacArthur
(his first wife).
Frequently portrayed doctors. More often than not the doctors would be guilty of a crime or would be mad scientists.