Stephen Ewart

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Stephen Ewart
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Born(1869-03-13)13 March 1869
Died1953 (aged 83 or 84)
Middlesex, England

Stephen Ewart (born 13 March 1869 - died 1953) was a British actor who was also credited as Stephen T. Ewart. [1] [2] His stage work included playing Tristan l'Hermite in the original London production of The Vagabond King at the Winter Garden Theatre, in 1927. [3] [4]


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  1. "Stephen Ewart". BFI.
  2. "Stephen T Ewart - Theatricalia".
  3. "Theatre collections: record view - Special Collections & Archives - University of Kent".
  4. Wearing, J. P. (27 March 2014). The London Stage 1920-1929: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN   9780810893023 via Google Books.