Contributor Walter Howard
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Gender Male
Nationality British
Date of Birth 7 March 1866
Date of Death 6 October 1922
Functions Playwright
Notes Walter Howard was born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. He was a writer and actor, known for Wanted: A Widow (1916), Two Little Drummer Boys (1928) and The Story of the Rosary (1920). Walter Howard was a highly recognized playwright of melodramas. He was a well-known actor and playwright in Great Britain and also Australia, where he had lived as a young man for several years. He had developed an international reputation as a playwright by 1917 with at least twenty plays to his credit.
Events

Playwright

Allan Wilkie - Actor-manager, Director, Actor

Frediswyde Hunter-Watts - Actor

A. H. Boswell - Actor

Master Corbett - Actor

Henri Dore - Actor

Vivian Edwards - Actor

Nellie Ferguson - Actor

Elwyn Harvey - Actor

Daisy Henley - Actor

Walter Hunt - Actor

Robert Inman - Actor

Edward Landor - Actor

Norman Lee - Actor

Lewis Lorraine - Actor

Walter Plinge - Actor

Reg Robins - Scenic Artist

Mabel Russell - Actor

P. V. Scully - Actor

Arthur Styan - Actor

H. W. Varna - Actor

Augustus Neville - Actor

Selwyn Armstrong - Scenic Artist

Bertha Ballenger - Actor

J. Barry - Actor

Harcourt Beatty - Actor

Rutland Beckett - Actor

Herbert J. Bentley - Actor

Charles Berkley - Business Manager

Leslie Board - Scenic Artist

A. Brandon-Cremer - Administrator

Irene Browne - Actor

Keturah Campbell - Musical Director

Tom Cannam - Actor

Madame Celeste - Costume Designer

George Chalmers - Actor

Arthur Choules - Mechanist

W R Coleman - Scenic Artist

Harrie Collet - Actor

May Congdon - Actor

Dina Cooper - Actor

Walter Cornock - Stage Manager, Actor

D L Dalziel - Actor

Charles Dane - Actor

Zora Dawn - Actor

C B Dobson - Actor

Collet Dobson - Director

Henri Dorie - Actor

James Ewing - Actor

Victor Fitzherbert - Actor

Henry Ford - Actor

Thomas E Foster - Stage Manager

Arthur Glynn - Actor

Jack Goodall - Actor

F Gunn - Properties Master / Mistress

John Gunn - Producer

Winifred Gunn - Actor

George Harpur - Actor

Frank Harvey - Actor

Robert Henry - Actor

Ernest Higgins - Cinematographer

Laura Hopping - Actor

Tim Howard - Actor

James Hughes - Actor

Boyd Irwin - Actor

Wynne Jones - Conductor

Dorothy Judge - Actor

J. Keers - Musical Director

Nellie Kemberman - Actor

C E King - Director

Julius Knight - Actor-manager

Prudence Laurence - Actor

Miss Le Sueur - Costume Designer

Herbert Leigh - Actor

Tom Leonard - Actor

Martin Lewis - Actor

W. Little - Scenic Artist

Raymond Longford - Director, Scenario

Victor Loydell - Actor

Lottie Lyell - Actor

Mrs M'Cathie - Costume Designer

Eily Malyon - Actor

William Marks - Actor

Ruby McKenzie - Actor

Clyde Meynell - Director

Milton Moss - Actor

Tal Ordell - Actor

George Parke - Actor

Lizette Parkes - Actor

Ray Phillips - Scenic Artist

Rose Phillips - Actor

Harry Ratcliffe - Actor

Florence Richter - Actor

Stanley Robinson - Actor

Harry Saville - Actor

Mr Arthur Smith - Actor

Leopold Stach - Actor

C. R. Stanford - Actor, Director

E J Tait - General Manager

Jefferson Tait - Actor

George Tallis - Director

Eardley Turner - Actor

Fred Twitcham - Actor

Charles Vane - Actor

Edward Vaughan - Scenic Artist

Leslie Victor - Actor

Crosbie Ward - Stage Manager

Hugh J Ward - Director

Conway Wingfield - Actor

Lillian Wiseman - Actor

Ben and John Fuller Limited

J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)

Allan Wilkie Shakespearean Company

Alan Wilkie Company

Clyde Meynell & John Gunn

David Jones Ltd.

King's Royal Dramatic Company

Spencer's Pictures Limited

William Anderson's New Dramatic Organisation

Works
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