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William Hodge

William T. Hodge
William Hodge 1909
Born November 1, 1874
Albion, New York
Died January 30, 1932
Other names William T. Hodge
Occupation Actor
Years active 1891-1930
Spouse(s) Helen Hale[1]

William Hodge ( November 1, 1874 Albion, New York, USA - d. Jan 30, 1932 Greenwich, Connecticut, USA) also known as William T. Hodge was an American director, producer, performer and writer.[2] He was born to Thomas Hodge and Mary Anderson.[3] He appeared in the original 1904 Broadway hit play Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, Dream City(1906) by Victor Herbert and the huge hit play for which he's best remembered The Man from Home (1908).[4] The latter play was a huge success for him and he revived it over the years. With it he became along with other stars such as David Warfield and Rose Stahl an actor noted for a single huge success.


  1. ^ Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912-1976 vol.2 D-H p.1188, originally published annually by John Parker; 1976 edition published by Gale Research Company
  2. ^ William Hodge at the Internet Broadway Database
  3. ^ Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912-1976 vol.2 D-H p.1188 , originally published annually by John Parker; this 1976 edition by Gale Research Company
  4. ^ Great Actors & Actresses of the American Stage in Historic Photographs by Stanley Appelbaum p.47, c.1983

External links

  • William Hodge at
  • he was also known as William T. Hodge(
  • portraits(Univ. of Washington, Sayre collection)
  • portrait(NY Public Library, Billy Rose collection)

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