Josephine Sherwood Hull

Readers,

Good day to you. I hope your week is going well. Today I am going to feature a person in history by the name of Josephine Sherwood Hull. She was an actress know for her roles on Broadway. She also won an Oscar. It is worth the read.

 

Stage and screen actress Josephine Sherwood Hull graduated from Radcliffe in 1899. She went on to marry actor Shelley Hull, and to star in such Broadway classics as Arsenic and Old Lace and Harvey. She also starred in the 1944 film version of Arsenic and Old Lace with Frank Capra, and, in 1950, the film version of Harvey with James Stewart (playing the sister of a man whose best friend is an invisible rabbit), for which she won an Oscar for best supporting actress. Click here to read more.

Donna

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