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Tully Marshall, American actor.


Marshall, Tully was born on April 13, 1864 in Nevada City, California, United States. Son of William Lemen and Julia Mattie (Tully) Phillips.


Student Santa Clara (California) College.


Debut at Winter Garden, San Francisco, March 12, 1883. With stock companies on Pacific Coast several years. Later with Boucicault, the elder, Fanny Davenport, Margaret Mather, Rose Wood, Mistress D. P. Bowers, McKee Rankin, Modjeska, E. H. Sothern, Charles Frohman’s companies and others.

Staged Sir Anthony Hope’s “Adventure of Lady Ursula,” at The Duke of York’s, London, 1898. Produced “The Builders,” Belasco Theatre, Pittsburgh, 1907. Played in “Paid in Full,” Astor Theatre, New York, 1908.

“The City,” 1909-1911. Produced “The Talker,” Colonial Theatre, Cleveland, O., and starred as “Harry Lennox,” 1912-1913. As Jim Martin, in “The Trap,” 1914.

In moving pictures as star with Griffith-Fine Arts, 1915, Lasky, 1916, Famous Players-Lasky, 1917-1919. Free lance, since 1920. Played in “The Covered Wagon”.

“Joan the Woman”; “He Who Gets Slapped”. “The Merry Widow”; “Common Clay”. “The Big Trail”; “Fighting Caravans”.

“Making the Headlines”. “A Yank at Oxford”; “Arsene Lupin Returns.”.


Married Marion Neiswanger (Marion Fairfax), June 7, 1899.

William Lemen Phillips

Julia Mattie (Tully) Phillips

Marion Neiswanger