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Henrik Ibsen
(Literature)
Marshall Neilan
(Movies & TV)
Claire Windsor
(Movies & TV)
Vincent Coleman
(Movies & TV)
Lucille Ricksen
(Movies & TV)
Jack London
(Literature)
 

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Hobart Bosworth

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Hobart Bosworth

American film actor, director, writer, and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1867.

Countries: United States (42%), New York (33%), California (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Henrik Ibsen, Marshall Neilan, Claire Windsor

Linked to: Selig Polyscope Company, Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures

 

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Hobart Bosworth was born in 1867 add something


1887

By 1887, he was acting at the Alcazar Theatre in San Francisco add something


1888

He arrived back in New York in December 1888, and was hired by Augustine Daly to play "Charles the Wrestler" in "As You Like It" add something


1903

Bosworth re-established himself as a lead actor on the New York stage, appearing in the 1903 Broadway revival of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" add something


1908

Bosworth moved to San Diego , and in 1908, he was contracted to make a motion picture by the Selig Polyscope Company add something


1912

Vincent Coleman - Occasionally credited in the early years of his career as "'Willie B. Coleman"', he made the transition to film in the 1912 Frank Montgomery drama short "The Junior Officer" at age twelve opposite film actors Hobart Bosworth and Camille Astor before returning to Broadway at the age of sixteen to appear in the 1917 play "Difference in Gods"


1913

In 1913, he started his own company, Hobart Bosworth Productions Company, to produce a series of Jack London melodramas add something


1914

Convinced he was "ill used and cruelly treated", in 1914, he told an interviewer he ran away to New York City add something


1919

He divorced his first wife, Adele Farrington, in 1919 add something


1920

On 22 December 1920 he married Cecile Kibre, widow of G. Harold Percival, who had been art director at Ince Studio and and who had died of influenza in 1918 add something


1922

Lucille Ricksen - In 1922, Ricksen was signed to a contract with actor and director Marshall Neilan who cast her in the commercially and critically successful Neilan directed drama "The Stranger's Banquet" opposite Claire Windsor and Hobart Bosworth


Hobart Bosworth died in 1943 add something


1960

For his contributions to the film industry, Bosworth received a motion pictures star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960 add something