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Wilton Lackaye (1862–1932)

Wilton Lackaye was born in Loudon County, Virginia, and educated at Georgetown University. He was barely out of college when he made his debut as Lucentio opposite Lawrence Barrett in an 1883 revival of "Francesca da Rimini". A powerfully built, mustachioed stage star of the old school, Lackaye played the title role in "Nero" (1890), Svengali in "... See full bio »

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Trilby Svengali
Children of the Ghetto
What's Wrong with the Women?
The Man of Shame
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 1925 The Sky Raider
Prison Commandant
 1924 For Woman's Favor
 1922 What's Wrong with the Women?
James Bascom
 1921 God's Crucible
Michael Kalmar
 1915 Trilby
 1915 Children of the Ghetto
Reb Shemuel
 1914 The Pit

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Stage Play: The Greatest Thing in the World. Drama. Written by 'Beatrice De Mille' and Harriet Ford. Directed by William Seymour. Wallack's Theatre: 8 Oct 1900- 22 Oct 1900 (Played in repertory with "The Land of Heart's Desire"/"In a Balcony." Beginning 23 Oct 1900, "The Moment of Death" followed by "The Greatest Thing in the World" for 24... See more »

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Founding member and officer of the Catholic Actors' Guild of America. See more »

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