An Ideal Husband
Earl of Caversham, Goring's Father (as Sir C. Aubrey Smith)
Lord Chief Justice (as Sir C. Aubrey Smith)
Col. Charles Duff Graham (as Sir C. Aubrey Smith)
Uncle Nicholas Whiteoak
The Prime Minister, Von Heynitz
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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Mr. Aubrey Smith | Sir Aubrey Smith | Sir C. Aubrey Smith
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
A London audience has a certain psychology, and a certain loyalty to players - yet it is a harsh audience if you give it something it doesn't like. Its likes and dislikes are often more positive than those of audiences in America. American audiences have a greater capacity for enthusiasm.
The inspiration for the character Sir Ambrose Abercrombie in Evelyn Waugh's satire of Hollywood "The Loved One.".
Usually played proud Englishmen