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Wedgwood Nowell

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Wedgwood Nowell
Wedgwood Nowell - May 1920 MPN.jpg
Portrait in Robertson-Cole Pictures advertisement, 1920
Harry Wedgwood Nowell

(1878-01-24)January 24, 1878
DiedJune 17, 1957(1957-06-17) (aged 79)
OccupationActor, director, producer, musician
Years active1901–1947
Spouse(s)Edna Claire Colwell (m. 1903-?)
Irma Stowe (m. ?-1951; her death)
Elizabeth[2] (m. ?-1957; his death)
Children3 daughters

Wedgwood Nowell (born Harry Wedgwood Nowell; January 24, 1878 – June 17, 1957) was an American stage and film actor, director, producer, and musician.[1][2] He produced 144 plays during his stage career, which began around 1901. Later, while working in motion pictures, he performed in at least 140 screen productions between 1915 and the 1940s.[1][2]

Selected filmography

Film still of Nowell as the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin with his Russian wolfhound in the 1920 mystery film 813
Film still of Nowell as the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin with his Russian wolfhound in the 1920 mystery film 813

Nowell is interred at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Rockland Section, Plot 188, Bala Cynwyd, PA.


  1. ^ a b c "Motion Picture Studio Directory", entry for Wedgwood Nowell under "Actors—Leads", Motion Picture News (New York, N.Y.), October 21, 1916, p. 32. Internet Archive, San Francisco, California. Retrieved April 3, 2020.
  2. ^ a b c "WEDGWOOD NOWELL, 79 / Stage and Film Actor, Director and Producer Found Dead", The New York Times, June 19, 1957, p. 33. ProQuest Historical Newspapers (Ann Arbor, Michigan); subscription access through The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library.

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