About Elliot Cabot: Actor (1899 - 1938) | Biography, Facts, Career, Life
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Elliot Cabot
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Was Actor
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 22 June 1899, Boston, USA
Death 17 June 1938 (aged 39 years)
Star sign Cancer
Harvard University
The details (from wikipedia)


Elliot Cabot (1899-1938) was an American stage actor. Born in Boston to Charles Mills Cabot and Caroline Elizabeth (nee Perkins) he attended Harvard University and Caius College Cambridge University. He studied for the theatre under Frances Robinson-Duff, Laura Elliott and Moffat Johnston. Possessing good looks, he started on Broadway in Six Characters in Search of an Author in 1922. He appeared in the following years in the 1920s in plays that were either based on novels or original for the stage. Later plays include Sun-Up (1923), The Great Gatsby (1926), The Silver Cord (1926), Coquette (1927).

Cabot appeared in one movie, a 1923 silent Puritan Passions.

Cabot died in New York after injuries from a fall.

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