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Albert S. Howson (1881–1960)

Albert S. Howson was born on February 3, 1881 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Albert Sydney Howson. He was an actor and writer, known for The Greyhound Limited (1929), A Dog of the Regiment (1927) and The Devil's Prize (1916). He was married to Loretta Healy. He died on August 2, 1960 in Forest Hills, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

The Greyhound Limited
(1929)
A Dog of the Regiment
(1927)
The Devil's Prize
The Devil's Prize Arnold St. Clair
(1916)
Matinee Ladies
(1927)

Filmography

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 1917 The Soul Master
Forrest Crampton (as Albert Howson)
 1916 The Devil's Prize
Arnold St. Clair
 1915 My Madonna
Baron
 1915 The Vampire
Francis Murray (as Albert Howson)
 1914/I The Better Man
Wharton's Secretary
 1914 The Ring and the Man
Fordyce's Secretary
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 1929 The Greyhound Limited (story)
 1927 A Dog of the Regiment (story)
 1927 Matinee Ladies (story)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Our American Cousin. Comedy (revival). Written by Tom Taylor. Booth Theatre: 29 Nov 1915- Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Lowden Adams (as "Captain De Boots"), Grace Ady (as "Sharpe"), Emily Calloway (as "Mary Meredith"), Guy Cunningham (as "Lieutenant Vernon"), Helen Orr Daly (as "Mrs. Mountchessington")... See more »

Alternate Names:

Albert Howson
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Enjoyed a 30-year career on Broadway, active as an actor/director in 23 productions there from 1900-1930.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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