William Faversham


William Faversham

infobox actor


birthdate=birth date|1868|2|12
birthplace=London, England
deathdate=death date and age|1940|4|7|1868|2|12
deathplace=Long Island, New York
occupation=Stage actor

William Faversham (b February 12 1868 in London, England – d. April 7 1940 in Bay Shore, Long Island, New York) was a legendary movie and stage actor from England who made his name on Broadway when he starred in the original production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" in 1895. Faversham was much admired in such potboilers such as "Brother Officers", "Julius Caesar", "The Squaw Man", and "Othello".

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