Julian L'Estrange

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Julian L'Estrange
Julian L'Estrange.jpg
Born Julian Boyle
6 August 1880
Weston-super-Mare , England
Died 22 October 1918
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1902-18
Spouse(s) Constance Collier (1905-18)(his death)

Julian L'Estrange (born Julian Boyle; 6 August 1880 - 22 October 1918) was an English born stage actor who later made a handful of silent films for Paramount Pictures. He met fellow performer Constance Collier in 1905 and after years of courtship married her in 1912. They were a well known married stage couple on both sides of the Atlantic. He died in the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918. Collier never got over his early death and mentions him in her 1929 autobiography Harlequinade. She never remarried.[1]

Partial stage roles[edit]

Broadway only

  • Imprudence (November 1902 - January 1903)
  • Myself -- Bettina (October - November 1908)
  • Suzanne (December 1910 - February 1911)
  • White Magic (January-February 1912) (written by Roi Cooper Megrue)
  • The Paper Chase (November–December 1912)
  • The Spy (January–March 1913)
  • Her First Divorce (May 1913)
  • The Yellow Ticket (January–June 1914)
  • The Merchant of Venice (May 1916)Shakespeare 300th

Filmography[edit]

L'Estrange, Betty Blythe (uncredited) and Pauline Frederick in Bella Donna(1915)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Silent Film Necrology 2nd Edition c. 2001 by Eugene M. Vazzana

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