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Victor Benoit (1876–1943)

Victor Benoit was born on October 10, 1876 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada as Victor Lucien Benoit. He was an actor, known for The Chain Invisible (1916), The Little Shoes (1917) and A Fool There Was (1915). He died on January 16, 1943 in Newburgh, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Chain Invisible
The Chain Invisible Paul Dalton
The Little Shoes
A Fool There Was
A Fool There Was One of Her Victims
Woman and Wife
Woman and Wife Raoul Daquin


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 1918 Woman and Wife
Raoul Daquin
 1917 The Little Shoes
 1916 A Tale from the Decameron (Short)
Thomas North
 1916 The Chain Invisible
Paul Dalton
 1916 The Fourth Estate
 1915 The Devil's Daughter
Cosimo Daldo
 1915 Children of the Ghetto
Reb Shemuel's Son
 1915 A Fool There Was
One of Her Victims
 1914 The Greyhound
Porter Allen
 1914 The Parasites (Short)
Fred Allen
 1914 A Two Family Affair (Short)
One of the Smith Boys
 1913 The Sneak Thief (Short)
 1913 Two Up a Tree (Short)
 1913 Baseball's Peerless Leader (Short)
Count Castenelli

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Stage Play: The Arab. Written by Edgar Selwyn. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The Astor Theatre from 9 Oct 1911- close): 20 Sep 1911- unknown (53 performances). Cast: Edna Baker, Edgar Selwyn, Thomas Adams, Anthony Andre, Tom Azoon, Victor Benoit, Charles De Forrest, Viginia Hammond, Joseph Kisber, Edward R. Mawson, Virginia Rankin, Joseph ... See more »

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Infrequently appeared on Broadway from 1905- late 1923.

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