Francis L. Sullivan Overview:

Actor, Francis L. Sullivan, was born Francis Loftus Sullivan on Jan 6, 1903 in London, England. Sullivan died at the age of 53 on Nov 19, 1956 in New York City, NY .

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Mr. Brownlow: Somehow I feel you and I are going to be good friends.


Barzland: The young man requires persuading to talk.


Jaggers: Well, Mr. Pip, if you want to become a gentleman, the sooner you leave this house, the better.


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Francis L. Sullivan Facts
Made his debut at the Old Vic in "Richard III" at the age of 18 in 1921.

Attended Stonyhurst, the Jesuit boarding school in England also attended by Peter Glenville and Charles Laughton.

Awarded a Tony in 1955 for supporting dramatic actor in Witness For the Prosecution. Charles Laughton, who played the same role in the 1957 film version, was Oscar nominated for his performance in the best actor category, not best supporting actor.

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