Birth Date between 1852-01-01 and 1852-12-31 (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Charles Kent
Actor | As You Like It
After a distinguished career of more than 30 years on stage, Charles Kent entered the film industry in its earliest stages--his debut, as far as is known, was in 1908 in Macbeth (1908)). He was not only an actor but a director, and guided many upper-echelon films for Vitagraph, often starring in ...
Actor | King John
Herbert Beerbohm Tree was born on December 17, 1852 in Kensington, London, England as Herbert Draper Beerbohm. He was an actor and director, known for King John (1899), Henry VIII (1911) and The Tempest (1905). He was married to Lady Tree. He died on July 2, 1917 in Marylebone, London.
6. H.H. Asquith
H.H. Asquith, considered the founder of the British welfare state, was the prime minister of the United Kingdom who led the British Empire into the monumental debacle that was World War I.
The son of a cloth merchant, Henry Herbert Asquith was born in Morley, Yorkshire, and attended Balliol College,...
Writer | De ce trag clopotele, Mitica?
Born in a tiny village Haimanalele, next to Ploesti town in Romanian province of Muntenia (Valahia), in a family of actors (both parents and his two uncles - his father's brothers - were actors). He had no formal education, works at some newspapers, then as a clerk. At age of 20 start writing and ...
9. John Oxenham
Writer | Hearts in Exile
English novelist and poet John Oxenham was born William Arthur Dunkerley in Manchester, England, in 1852. His entry into the literary world was not as a writer but as a publisher; with several partners he started the publication "The Idler", and later on the weekly "To-Day". He traveled extensively...
10. Chuck Connors
Chuck Connors, the "Mayor of Chinatown" around the turn of the previous century, was born George Washington Connors, most likely in Providence, Rhode Island, though he claimed to have been born on Mott Street in what is now New York City's Little Italy. Connors grew up in New York City, in ...
11. Charles Lawlor
Soundtrack | 42
Vaudeville singer and actor who composed the music for the old standard song, The Sidewalks of New York, in 1894, with lyricist James W. Blake. In 1924, blind and in poor health, Lawlor told the New York Times that he and Blake had sold the publishing rights to the song for $5,000 and received no ...
12. Tom Green
Actor | The X-Ray Fiend
Tom Green born in 1852. a popular stage comic and stage manager from the late 1870's. became a well-known pioneering film actor and director of many early short comedies for the George Albert Smith Film Company from 1897, also directed many short dramas and trick films for other film studios from ...
13. Antoni Gaudí
Antoni Gaudí was born on June 25, 1852 in Reus, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain as Antoni Gaudí i Cornet. He died on June 10, 1926 in Barcelona, Catalonia.
14. Ida Waterman
Actress | The Swan
Ida Waterman was born on March 10, 1852 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Ida Shaw. She was an actress, known for The Swan (1925), Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (1918) and The Enchanted Cottage (1924). She was married to Joseph Francoeur and Fred Waterman. She died on May 22, 1941 in ...
17. Opie Read
Writer | A Yankee from the West
Opie Percival Read was the youngest of ten children born to Guilford and Elizabeth Wallace Read. He was raised on his parent's plantation near Gallatin, Tennessee and later attended Neophagen College in Nashville. Prior to his enrollment, Read had worked for the Franklin (KY) Patriot Newspaper ...
Actor | The Dividend
Scottish born William H. Thompson immigrated to America with his family at the age of six. In 1865 he began his theatrical career by working as a callboy at the old Broadway Theater in New York. Within two years he would embark on an acting career that would span over 55 years and earn him a ...
25. Louis N. Parker
Writer | Drake of England
British dramatist, composer and pageant master Louis Napoleon Parker was born in Calvados, France, in 1852. His father, Charles Albert Parker, was a well-to-do American lawyer, a son of Isaac Parker, chief justice of Massachusetts. At the age of 39, in 1840, Charles left America with his much ...
30. Augustus Harris
Writer | The Derby Winner
Augustus Henry Glossop Harris was an English playwright, theatrical impresario and actor who was knighted for his services to the theater. He was born on March 18, 1852 in Paris to the dramatist Augustus Glossop Harris and his wife Maria, a wardrobe designer. Augustus Henry was raised in London ...
37. Edwin Markham
Writer | Lincoln, the Man of the People
Edwin Markham was born on April 23, 1852 in Oregon City, Oregon, USA as Charles Edward Anson Markham. He was a writer, known for Lincoln, the Man of the People (1923) and Love's Redemption (1921). He was married to Anna Catherine Murphy. He died on March 7, 1940 in New York City, New York, USA.
Actor | Her Benny
C. Hargrave Mansell was born in 1852 in Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland as Sidenham Bligh Maitland. He was an actor, known for Her Benny (1920), The Autumn of Pride (1921) and Dick's Fairy (1921). He died on March 8, 1929 in Shepherd's Bush, London, England.
39. Ten Ichi
Ten Ichi was born in 1852 in Japan. He died in June 1912.
45. M.B. Curtis
Actor | Samuel of Posen
M.B. Curtis was born in 1852 in Lipto Comitat Nagy Selmetz as Moritz Bertram Strelinger. He was an actor, known for Samuel of Posen (1910), The Sanitarium (1910) and M.B. Curtis (1899). He was married to Albina DeMer. He died in December 1920 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
48. John T. Kelly
Actor | Green Stockings
John T. Kelly was born on August 26, 1852 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for Green Stockings (1916), Artie, the Millionaire Kid (1916) and The Cave Man (1915). He was married to Florence Moore Eques. He died on January 5, 1922 in New York City, New York, USA.