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Ivo Dawson (1879–1934)

Ivo Dawson was born on December 13, 1879 in Rutlandshire, England. He was an actor, known for Poetic License (1922), Footlights and Shadows (1920) and Kitty Tailleur (1921). He died on March 7, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Poetic License
Poetic License Mr. Templeton
Footlights and Shadows
Kitty Tailleur
Kitty Tailleur Wilfred Marson
Love Without Question
Love Without Question Carlos Paredes


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 1934 White Ensign (uncredited)
 1929 The Hate Ship
Col. Paget
 1929 After the Verdict
Vivian's father
 1928 The Forger
Superintendant Brooks
 1928 The First Born
Derek Findlay
 1924 Straws in the Wind
The Brute
 1923 The Woman Who Obeyed
Duke of Rexford
 1923 Out to Win
 1922 Poetic License (Short)
Mr. Templeton
 1922 The Green Caravan
Lord Listane
 1922 Diana of the Crossways
Sir Lukyne Dunstane
 1922 Bentley's Conscience
 1921 The Money Maniac
Joe Hoggart
 1921 The Princess of New York
Allan Meretham
 1921 Onder spiritistischen dwang
Squire Grain
 1921 Kitty Tailleur
Wilfred Marson
 1920 A Romantic Adventuress
Louis Fitch
 1920 Love Without Question
Carlos Paredes
 1920 Footlights and Shadows
Peter Shaw
 1919 The Broken Melody
Leroy Clemons
 1919 The Miracle of Love
Duke of Harwich
 1919 Keeper of the Door
J. Hunt Goring
 1918 Out of the Night (uncredited)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Morals of Marcus. Written by William J. Locke. Criterion Theatre: 18 Nov 1907- Dec 1907 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Eda Bruna, Ivo Dawson, Marie Doro, William Evans, Beatrice Forbes-Robertson, Alice Gale, Alexander King, Kate Meeks, Ethel Morrey, Alice Neal, Leonore Palmer, Forrest Robinson, C. Aubrey Smith... See more »

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