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- Alexander Kirkland: William Alexander Kirkland was a leading man in Hollywood during the early sound era, as well as a notable actor in Pittsburgh theatre. He was born in Mexico City, Mexico.
- Alexander Kirkland: Alexander "Zander" Kirkland is a Bermudan competitive sailor. Kirkland was involved with sailing from a young age, and sailed in college at Tufts University in Massachusetts. Following college, he and his brother Jesse Kirkland began training in an attempt to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games in London in the 49er event. During the 2012 49er World Championship in Croatia, the brothers finished in the Gold fleet and thereby qualified to represent Bermuda in the 2012 Olympics.
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by Keith Newlin
Directed by Lee Strasberg, the cast included Morris Carnovsky as the Speaker, Alexander Kirkland as Clyde, Phoebe Brand as Roberta Alden, Margaret Barker as Sondra Finchley, and Elia Kazan, San- ford Meisner, and John Garfield in ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Alexander Kirkland (John Douglas), Marian Nixon (Shirley Marlowe), H.B. Warner (Imp. Fife), Ralph Morgan (Barry Kirk), Linda Watkins (Gloria Garland), James Kirkwood (Imp. Flannery), James Todd ...
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