Appeared in "For Love's Sweet Sake" on Broadway. Written by Clay M. Greene
[final Broadway credit]. Princess Theatre: 12 Feb 1906-Feb 1906 (closing date unknown/8 performances/played in repertory with a revival of "The Bishop"). Cast: M. Alexander, Nicholas Carroll, W.H. Thompson.
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Thomas Harper Ince | Thomas Ince
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Personally, I count the years I spent on stage before I became a director and then a producer as the greatest single factor contributing toward whatever measure of success I have achieved.
To maintain his status as a safe investment, by the early 1920s, Ince had to conceal the deteriorating state of his health, with ulcers and angina.