Philip Merivale

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Edward G. Robinson and Philip Merivale in The Stranger (1946).

Philip Merivale (2 November 1886, Rehutia, Manickpur, India – 12 March 1946, Los Angeles, California, United States) was an English film and stage actor and screenwriter.

Biography

Merivale was a respected stage actor who entered the cinema during the silent era. Merivale appeared in twenty films and also scripted one. He died from a heart ailment aged 59.

He was twice married:

Broadway roles

After creating the role of Col. Pickering in the London production of Pygmalion, Philip Merivale (second from right) played Henry Higgins opposite Mrs. Patrick Campbell (right) when Shaw's play was taken to Broadway (1914)

Filmography

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