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William Faversham (1868–1940)


William Faversham was born on February 12, 1868 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Arizona Days (1937), The Right of Way (1915) and The Sin That Was His (1920). He was married to Edith Campbell, Julie Opp and Marian Merwin. He died on April 7, 1940 in Bay Shore, Long Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Arizona Days
Arizona Days Professor McGill
(1937)
The Right of Way
The Right of Way Charlie Steele
(1915)
The Sin That Was His
The Sin That Was His Raymond Chapelle
(1920)
One Million Dollars
One Million Dollars Richard Duvall
(1915)

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 1937 Arizona Days
Professor McGill
 1937 The Singing Buckaroo
Dad Evans
 1935 Mystery Woman
Cambon
 1934 Secret of the Chateau
Monsieur Fos / Professor Racque
 1934 Lady by Choice
Marlowe - Elecution Teacher (uncredited)
 1924 The Sixth Commandment
David Brant
 1920 The Man Who Lost Himself
Victor Jones / Earl of Rochester
 1915 One Million Dollars
Richard Duvall
 1915 The Right of Way
Charlie Steele
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 1914 Our Mutual Girl, No. 48 (Short) (story)
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 1914 Our Mutual Girl, No. 48 (Short)
Himself
 1914 Our Mutual Girl
Himself (episode 48)

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Stage Play: The Squaw Man. Drama. Written by Edwin Milton Royle. Directed by Edwin Milton Royle and William Faversham. Wallack's Theatre: 23 Oct 1905- Apr 1906 (closing date unknown/222 performances). Cast: C.A. Carlton, George Fawcett, William Frederick, William S. Hart, Selene Johnson, Mitchell Lewis, Bertram Marburgh, Adrienne Morrison ... See more »

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6' 1" (1.85 m)
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Aquarius

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