Famous People Who Died on November 21
Anti-War Activist, Film Actor, Comedian, Literary Critic, Journalist / 1889 - 1945
Robert Benchley was an American humorist, drama critic and film actor who is best known for his small roles in more than 40 films, including How To Sleep.
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