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W. Graham Brown (1870–1937)

W. Graham Brown born William Graham Browne in Ireland in 1870, highly well-known West End and Broadway theatre star from the 1890's, plays include 'Penelope' at the Lyceum Theatre in 1909 and as 'David Bliss' in Noel Coward's 'Hay Fever' at the Ambassador's Theatre in 1925. handsome dapper who starred in only one silent film role as 'Lord ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 67) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Mrs. Plum's Pudding
Mrs. Plum's Pudding Lord Burlington
(1915)
The Murder Party
The Murder Party Gen. Piddington
(1935)
Moonlight Sonata
Moonlight Sonata Dr. Kurt Broman
(1937)
The Lady Is Willing
The Lady Is Willing Monsieur Pignolet
(1934)

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 1937 Moonlight Sonata
Dr. Kurt Broman
 1936 All In
 1935 The Murder Party
Gen. Piddington (as W. Graham Browne)
 1934 The Lady Is Willing
Monsieur Pignolet
 1915 Mrs. Plum's Pudding
Lord Burlington
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Other Works:

(stage) Hay Fever - played David Bliss in original West End production, The Ambassadors' Theater, June 1925.

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Alternate Names:

W. Graham Browne
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Capricorn

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