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Bruce McRae (1867–1927)

Bruce McRae born in India in 1867 of Scot and English Parents. Stage performer of British and American Theatre. He went to New Zealand at the age of 16 where he worked in cattle ranching, moved to Australia for five years and became a surveyor. In 1890, he moved to the United States where he became manager of a cattle ranch in Laramie, Wyoming and... See full bio »

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 1922 The World's a Stage
John Brand
 1919 A Star Over Night (Short)
 1916 The Green Swamp
Dr. Ward Allison
 1916 Hazel Kirke
Squire Rodney
 1915 Via Wireless
Lt. Sommers
 1914 The Ring and the Man
George Gormly, alias of George Fordyce
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 1914 Our Mutual Girl
Himself - Actor (episode 12)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Yvette. Written by Pierre Berton. Book adapted by Cosmo Gordon Lennox. Knickerbocker Theatre: 13 May 1904 (1 performance). Cast: Rosalind Coghlan, Harry Davenport, Paul Decker, Ralph Delmore, Dorothy Dorr, Arthur Elliott, Maude Granger, Margaret Illington, Claire Kulp, Ernest Lambart, Jeffreys Lewis, Bruce McRae, Robert McWade,... See more »

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Bruce McRae, an Englishman by birth, and nephew of Sir Charles Wyndham, born at Bombay, India, and educated at Boulogne sur Mer, France, was none other than William Gillette's first stage Dr. Watson, in Gillette's "Sherlock Holmes.". See more »

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