|Birth Day:||March 13, 1885|
|Death Date:||November 24, 1919|
As per our current Database, William Stowell died on November 24, 1919.
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A handsome actor with matinee idol good looks, Stowell was signed into film in 1909 with IMP (forerunner of Universal Studios), and debuted by starring in the popular hit The Cowboy Millionaire (1909), also starring Tom Mix. Between 1909 and 1919 Stowell starred in 119 silent films, often playing in over 10 films a year.
In 1915 he starred in The Great Question alongside actors such as Harold Lockwood with American Studios. In 1916 he starred in The Love Hermit portraying Jack Hillman, and began appearing in a series of Universal features that paired him with Lon Chaney and Dorothy Phillips. Stowell's early death brought the series of adventures to a close.
In 1918 he co-starred with Dorothy Phillips and Erich Von Stroheim in The Heart of Humanity.
In 1919 Universal sent Stowell to the Belgian Congo to scout for filming locations. While en route to Elizabethville Stowell was riding in the caboose car of his train. An out-of-control locomotive engine from another train slammed into Stowell's car, killing him instantly.
Currently, William Stowell is 136 years, 1 months and 3 days old. William Stowell will celebrate 137th birthday on a Sunday 13th of March 2022.
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