Norval Keedwell

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Norval Keedwell was an actor on stage and screen. He was in numerous theatrical productions[1][2] including in leading parts.[3]

He performed in the productions of William Gillete and Arthur Hopkins.[4] He portrayed Fitz-Greene Halleck in the 1923 film Little Old New York (1923 film).

Keedwell was from New York.[5]

He married Miriam Sears. William Gargan discussed their friendship in his autobiography.[6]


  • The Checkerboard[7]
  • Cappy Ricks[8]
  • Out of the Seven Seas (1923)[9]
  • The Sap as Ed Mason, adapted into The Sap (1929 film)
  • What Nest by Oliver Morosco[10]
  • Laff That Off[11]


  • Little Old New York (1923 film) as Fitz-Greene Halleck
  • The Strong Arm (1930)[12]
  • Fore (1930)


  1. "Norval Keedwell – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB".
  2. "The Drama". Dramatic Publishing Company. December 12, 1922 – via Google Books.
  4. "Dramatic Mirror of Motion Pictures and the Stage". Dramatic Mirror Company. December 12, 1918 – via Google Books.
  5. "Munsey's Magazine for ..." Frank A. Munsey & Company. December 12, 1919 – via Google Books.
  6. Gargan, William (December 12, 1969). "Why Me?: An Autobiography". Doubleday – via Google Books.
  7. "Munsey's Magazine". Frank A. Munsey Company. December 12, 1921 – via Google Books.
  8. "The Green Book Magazine". Story-Press association. December 12, 1919 – via Google Books.
  9. "The Drama Year Book 1924". Lawren. December 12, 1924 – via Google Books.
  10. "Music Trades". Music Trades Corporation. November 1, 1918 – via Google Books.
  12. Webb, Graham (July 13, 2020). Encyclopedia of American Short Films, 1926-1959. McFarland. ISBN 9781476681184 – via Google Books.

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