Appeared (as "Torpenhow") in "The Light That Failed" on Broadway. Written by George Fleming. From the novel by Rudyard Kipling
. Scenic Design by Joseph Harker, W.T. Helmsley and W. Hann. Prologue directed by Frank Villiers. Knickerbocker Theatre: 9 Nov 1903-Dec 1903 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Herbert Beaumont...
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Around Hollywood, Sir Aubrey was perhaps best known as team captain of the Hollywood Cricket Club. In fact, the club's home field and clubhouse in Los Angeles' Griffith Park was named for Sir Aubrey in 1933. Although the Hollywood Cricket club was not particularly successful on the field, it did feature numerous British emigre actors of the era.
Usually played proud Englishmen