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William Ingersoll (1860–1936)

William Ingersoll was born on October 9, 1860 in Lafayette, Indiana, USA. He was an actor, known for The Cheat (1931), Partners of the Night (1920) and Fifi (1933). He died on May 7, 1936 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Cheat
The Cheat Croupier
(1931)
Partners of the Night
Partners of the Night Police Commissioner Thorne
(1920)
Fifi
Fifi Uncle
(1933)
Whipsaw
Whipsaw Dr. Williams
(1935)

Filmography

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 1936 And Sudden Death
Judge (uncredited)
 1936 Half Angel
Judge
 1936 Little Lord Fauntleroy
Doctor (uncredited)
 1935 Whipsaw
Dr. Williams
 1935 Mary Burns, Fugitive
Judge
 1933 Fifi (Short)
Uncle
 1931 The Cheat
Croupier
 1920 Partners of the Night
Police Commissioner Thorne

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Other Works:

Stage Play: It Is the Law. Melodrama. Written by Elmer Rice. Ritz Theatre: 29 Nov 1922- Mar 1923 (closing date unknown/125 performances). Cast: Charles P. Bates, Rose Burdick (as "Lillian"), John Burr, Joseph De Stefani, Charles Goodrich, Arthur Hohl (as "Albert Woodruff"), Thomas Hood, William Ingersoll (as "Theodore Cummings"), Ralph ... See more »
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Stage actor for more than 50 years.

Star Sign:

Libra

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