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Gerald Lawrence (1873–1957)

Gerald Lawrence was born on March 23, 1873 in London, England as Gerald Leslie Lawrence. He was an actor and director, known for Captain Nighthawk (1914), His Just Deserts (1914) and Her Only Son (1914). He was married to Madge Compton, Fay Davis and Lilian Braithwaite. He died on May 16, 1957 in London. See full bio »


(age 84) in London, England, UK

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Captain Nighthawk Captain Nighthawk
His Just Deserts Director
Her Only Son Director
David Garrick David Garrick


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 1934 The Iron Duke
 1922 An Affair of Honour (Short)
 1922 The Glorious Adventure
Hugh Argyle
 1920 The Fall of a Saint
Claude Maitland
 1917 Carrots
PC Park
 1916 A Bunch of Violets
Sir Philip Marchant
 1915 The Romany Rye (Short)
Paul Royston
 1914 Captain Nighthawk (Short)
Captain Nighthawk
 1914 Enoch Arden
Enoch Arden
 1914 The Harbour Lights
Lt David Kingsley
 1912 David Garrick (Short)
David Garrick
 1911 Henry VIII (Short)
Earl of Surrey
 1899 King John (Short)
Lewis, the Dauphin
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 1914 Captain Nighthawk (Short)
 1914 His Just Deserts (Short)
 1914 Her Only Son (Short)
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 1914 Captain Nighthawk (Short) (story)
 1914 His Just Deserts (Short) (story)
 1914 Her Only Son (Short) (story)

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Stage Play: Dante. Written by Victorien Sardou and 'Emile Moreau'. Translated by Laurence Irving. Broadway Theatre: 26 Oct 1903- Nov 1903 (closing date unknown/14 performances). Cast: W.L. Albett, John Archer, Charles Dodsworth, William Farren, James Hearn, Henry Irving, Laurence Irving, Gerald Lawrence [Broadway debut], William Lugg, ... See more »

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