Appeared in Denison Clift
and Frank Gregory's "The Moon is Red," at the Daly's Theatre in London, England, with Joyce Bland, Helen Goss, Hugh Miller, George Curzon and Austin Trevor in the cast. Frank Gregory was also director.
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A distinguished stage actor who entered films in 1911, Norwood is chiefly remembered for being the most prolific actor ever to play Sherlock Holmes. He impersonated the famous sleuth in 45 two-reelers and two feature films between 1921 and 1923. Underplaying the part (unlike other members of the cast who failed to cope with the dynamics of screen acting and thus often outrageously overacted), ...