Definition of Maurice barrymore
1. Noun. United States actor; husband of Georgiana Emma Barrymore and father of Ethel Barrymore and John Barrymore and Lionel Barrymore (1847-1905).
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
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1. Famous Actor-Families in America by Montrose Jonas Moses (1906)
"At the Boston Theatre, on January 23, 1875, maurice barrymore made his American de"but at a benefit to Leslie Allen; the play was "Under the Gaslight" and ..."
2. A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 to 1901 by Thomas Allston Brown (1903)
"maurice barrymore . . JH Gilmour . . Ada Dyas Miss E. Blaisdell John Gilbert . Gerald Eyre . Harry Beckett Robert Ffolliott . Claire Ffolliott . ..."
3. The Print of My Remembrance by Augustus Thomas (1922)
"CHAPTER XV maurice barrymore AND "THE BURGLAR" In the early summer of 1889, finding myself in New York and unemployed, I was glad to accept the offer of Mr. ..."
4. Steeplejack by James Huneker (1920)
"One morning he published a nasty attack on maurice barrymore, not because of his ... maurice barrymore." I was aghast. "But, Her- bie," I remonstrated, ..."
5. Memories and Impressions of Helena Modjeska: An Autobiography by Helena Modjeska (1910)
"He and maurice barrymore, who was of an athletic though slender build, ... maurice barrymore was one of those handsome men who also have the rare gift of ..."
6. The History of the Boston Theatre, 1854-1901 by Eugene Tompkins, Quincy Kilby (1908)
"C. Leslie Allen had a benefit on January 23, 1875, at which maurice barrymore made his first appearance in this country, playing Ray Trafford in "Under the ..."
7. The Life of Augustin Daly by Joseph Francis Daly (1917)
"... Miss Jewett Miss Davenport's, and Mr. maurice barrymore Mr. Drew's. This was Barrymore's debut, and Mr. Daly notes that he was "liked fairly. ..."