Frederic De Belleville

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Frederic De Belleville
Born February 17, 1855
Liège, Belgium
Died February 25, 1923 (aged 68)
New York City, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 1873-1923
Spouse(s) Edith Emmy Mueller (1908 - 19??; union dissolved)
Dorothy Chester (July 1898 - 19??; union dissolved)
Kate Cleveland, aka Kate Massi (January 1, 1886 - April 1, 1893; her death)
Edith Cornish (January 1, 1880 - January 5, 1884; union annulled)
Julia Jacobs Josephs (1876-1884; union dissolved)

Frederic De Belleville (February 17, 1855 Liège - February 25, 1923, New York City)[1][2] was a Belgian born American stage actor.

He began his career in 1873 in London and arrived in the United States in 1880. Was long a leading man on the stage to Clara Morris, Rose Coghlan, Mrs. Fiske and Viola Allen.[3] De Belleville appeared in three silent films.

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  1. ^ Silent Film Necrology 2nd edition p.126 by Eugene M. Vazzana c.2001
  2. ^ Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912-1976 volume 2 D-H page 627 compiled from editions originally published annually by John Parker; 1976 edition by Gale Research Company
  3. ^ Great Actors & Actresses of the American Stage, in Historic Photographs p.37 c.1983 edited by Stanley Appelbaum

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