18 wins & 5 nominations.
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Appeared (as "Arthur Warren") in "The Warrens of Virginia" on Broadway. Written by William C. de Mille
. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Stuyvesant Theatre from 4 May 1908-close): 3 Dec 1907-Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/380 performances). Cast: Raymond Bond
(as "Blake"; Broadway debut), Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Emma Dunn, DeWitt
4 Biographical Movies |
13 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
102 Articles |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
Cecil B. De Mille | Cecil B. de Mille
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
[on Claudette Colbert
] She wanted to do something different with Cleopatra
(1934), not make her lofty or fussy or superstitious, nothing like that. She set out to give her humor and humanity, and she stamped her own personality on the role. She emerged from it most vividly, I thought.
He and his wife adopted daughter Katherine DeMille
in 1920, when she was 9. He father had died in World War I and her mother died of tuberculosis. Her birth name was Katherine Lester.
Film epics, religious or otherwise.
The Master of Spectacle
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