George Soule Spencer

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George Soule Spencer was an actor who appeared on stage[1] and in silent films including in lead roles. He was married to Lillian White Spencer. They wrote The Flower of Chivalry in 1901.[2]

He starred in the film The Evangelist with Gladys Hanson.[3] He also starred in The College Widow (1915 film) Widow with Ethel Clayton.[4]


  • The Wolf (1914 film) as Jules Beaubien Ferdinand
  • The Daughters of Men as John Stedman
  • The Fortune Hunter (1914 film) as Harry Kellogg
  • The Third Degree (1913 film) as Richard Brewster
  • The Lion and the Mouse (1914 film) as John Burkett Ryder
  • The Sporting Duchess (1915 film) as Lord Desborough
  • The Climbers (1915 film)[5] as Ned Warden
  • The College Widow (1915 film) as Billy Bolton


  1. "George Soule Spencer – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB".
  2. Office, Library of Congress Copyright (December 27, 1918). "Dramatic Compositions Copyrighted in the United States, 1870 to 1916". Johnson Reprint Corporation – via Google Books.
  3. "Motography". December 27, 1916 – via Google Books.
  4. "The Bioscope". Games. December 27, 1915 – via Google Books.
  5. "The Moving Picture World". Chalmers Publishing Company. December 27, 1915 – via Google Books.

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