|Born||December 4, 1879|
|Died||February 5, 1932 (aged 52)|
William Elliott (December 4, 1879 - February 5, 1932) was an American stage and screen actor.
The year of Elliott's birth is sometimes credited as 1885. As a child he played violin with the Weems Juvenile Concert Party. He toured in the stage companies of Herbert Kelcey and Effie Shannon, Mary Shaw, and Richard Mansfield. He was one of the most popular leading men in the first two decades of the twentieth century.
Elliot was born in Boston and died at New York City.
- The Lightning Conductor (1914) (as actor and producer)
- Face Value (1914) (short)
- The Fortune Hunter (1914)
- The Tip-Off (1915) (short)
- When We Were Twenty-One (1915)
- The Model (1915
- Comrade John (1915)
- Stephen Steps Out (1923) (producer)
- Silent Film Necrology 2nd edition p.155 by Eugene M. Vazzana
- Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912 - 1976 volume 2 D-H page 753 compiled from editions originally published annually by John Parker; this 1976 edition by Gale Research Company
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