Gender
Male
Born
Oct 15, 1913
Kalispell, Montana, USA
Died
Oct 31, 2003
Branford, Connecticut, USA
Performer
Relations
Husband of
Dorothy Bourne (divorced)
Husband of
Shirley Bryan (1951 - ?) her death
Ah, Wilderness! (Sep 18, 1975 - Nov 23, 1975)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Nat Miller]
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The National Health (Oct 10, 1974 - Nov 24, 1974)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Rees]
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The Changing Room (Mar 06, 1973 - Aug 18, 1973)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Sir Frederick Thornton]
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Solitaire / Double Solitaire (Sep 30, 1971 - Oct 31, 1971)
  • Double Solitaire
  • Performer: William Swetland [George]
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  • Solitaire
  • Performer: William Swetland [Captain]
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The Captains and the Kings (Jan 02, 1962 - Jan 06, 1962)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Admiral Swanson]
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A Call on Kuprin (May 25, 1961 - Jun 03, 1961)
  • Performer: William Swetland [American Ambassador]
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Epitaph for George Dillon (Jan 12, 1959 - Feb 21, 1959)
  • Understudy: William Swetland [Percy Elliot, Barney Evans]
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Who Was That Lady I Saw You With? (Mar 03, 1958 - Aug 30, 1958)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Robert Doyle]
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Our Town (Jan 10, 1944 - Jan 29, 1944)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Simon Stimson]
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Goodbye in the Night (Mar 18, 1940 - Mar 23, 1940)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Rufus]
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Ring Two (Nov 22, 1939 - Nov 25, 1939)
  • Performer: William Swetland [Grant]
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Having Wonderful Time (Feb 20, 1937 - Jan 08, 1938)
  • Performer: William Swetland [The Voice of Kare-Free, Joe]
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Parnell (May 04, 1936 - Jun 1936)
  • Performer: William Swetland [3rd Leader]
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