|Born||August 14, 1870|
Greenville, Missouri, USA
|Died||November 3, 1947 77) (aged|
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Prior to embarking on a theatrical career, McDowell had a career in dentistry. In 1901, he was appointed professor of orthodontics at the University of Illinois.
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