Rudolph de Cordova

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Rudolph de Cordova in 1916

Rudolph de Cordova (1860–1941) was a Jamaican-born British writer, screenwriter and actor.[1] He was married to the writer Alicia Ramsey and collaborated with her on several plays. Cordova was born in Kingston, the son of a prominent merchant. He went to London to study medicine in the 1880s, but soon abandoned his studies in order to become an actor.[2] His brother was the actor and film director Leander de Cordova.

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Actor

Screenwriter

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  1. ^ Rudolph de Cordova
  2. ^ Hill, p. 139.

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