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Clarence Handyside (1854–1931)

Clarence Handyside was born in 1854 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He was an actor, known for His Picture in the Papers (1916), Silks and Satins (1916) and Mice and Men (1916). He was married to Blanche Sharp. He died on December 20, 1931 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

His Picture in the Papers
His Picture in the Papers Proteus Prindle
Silks and Satins
Mice and Men
Mice and Men Roger Goodlake
The Saleslady
The Saleslady Bruce's Father


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 1918 A Woman of Impulse
Mr. Stuart (as J. Clarence Handysides)
 1918 The Turn of the Wheel
American Consul
 1918 From Two to Six
Richard Skeele
 1918 Rose of the World
Sir Gerardine (as Clarence Handysides)
 1917 Double Crossed
Worthington Lawrence
 1916/I The Woman in the Case
Undetermined Role
 1916 Silks and Satins
 1916 Saints and Sinners
 1916 The Saleslady
Bruce's Father (as Clarence Handysides)
 1916 His Picture in the Papers
Proteus Prindle
 1916 Mice and Men
Roger Goodlake
 1914 One of Our Girls
Mr. Shipley (as Clarence Hanyside)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Dr. Wake's Patient. Written by 'W. Gayer MacKay' and Robert Ord. Garrick Theatre: 19 Nov 1907 (1 performance). Cast: Rosa Cooke, Gunnis Davis, Grace Elliston, Edward Elsner [Broadway debut], Annie Esmond, Alexander F. Frank, May Galyer, Effie Germon, Margaret Gordon, Clarence Handyside, L.C. Howard, W. Gayer MacKay, Rex ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

J. Clarence Handyside | Clarence Handysides | J. Clarence Handysides | Clarence Hanyside

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