Basil Gill

Basil Gill
From Wikipedia Basil Gill (March 10, 1877 – April 23, 1955) was a British stage actor and film actor. His stage career included many roles in plays of Shakespeare. His career as a film actor started with Henry VIII (1911): he appeared with Beerbohm Tree, on whose version of the play the film was based. In 1926, Gill appeared in two short films made in the DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film process, Santa Claus as the title character, and Julius Caesar as Brutus. He appeared in many more films, the last being The Citadel of 1938.
Name Basil Gill
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Birthday 1877-03-10
Deathday 1955-04-23
Gender Male
IMDB Basil Gill profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Birkenhead, Cheshire, England, UK
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