C. V. France
Charles Vernon France (30 June 1868 – 13 April 1949) was a British actor, usually credited as C. V. France.
France appeared (along with Ralph Richardson) in William Somerset Maugham’s 1932 play For Services Rendered: A Play in Three Acts and Maurice Baring’s 1912 drama The Grey Stocking: A Play in Four Acts.
France’s stage acting was singled out for praise in Maugham’s 1938 literary memoir, The Summing Up: “…But there is one actor whom, since he has never reached the rank of a star, and so has hardly received the recognition that he deserves, I should like to mention. This is C. V. France. He has acted in several of my plays. He has never played a part in which he has not been admirable. He has represented to the smallest particular the character that I had in my mind’s eye. It would be difficult to find on the English stage a more competent, intelligent, and versatile actor.”
|Geburtsdatum:||30.06.1868 (♋ Krebs)|
|Berufe:||Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Bühnenschauspieler,|