Frank Mosley

About Frank Mosley

Who is it?: Actor, Producer, Writer
Birth Day: September 09, 1860
Died On: October 17, 1937(1937-10-17) (aged 77)\nBaltimore, Maryland
Alma mater: King's College, Cambridge
Known for: Morley's trisector theorem
Fields: Mathematics
Institutions: Haverford College Johns Hopkins University
Doctoral students: Harry Bateman Leonard Blumenthal Arthur Coble Teresa Cohen Francis Murnaghan Boyd Patterson

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Frank Mosley was born on September 09, 1860, is Actor, Producer, Writer. Frank Mosley has been called "a superb actor and filmmaker" (, "an indie hard-hitter" (The Playlist), and "the kind of experimentalist we don't see often enough...with a pair of soulful eyes behind which there always seems to be something going on" (Keyframe). He is an alumnus of the 2015 Berlinale Talents, a participant of the 2017 NYFF Artist Academy, and a graduate of Black Factory Cinema's 2016 Auteur Workshop, led by the late Abbas Kiarostami in San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba. Much of his directing work is available on Fandor, including his 2014 sophomore feature Her Wilderness, which has been called "a unique work with a distinctive voice" (Indiewire), "a vibrant fantasy that transcends the narrative form" (Smells Like Screen Spirit), and "at once alien and achingly resonant...burrows deep into your subconscious like a vivid fever dream" (Indie Outlook). His performances have been seen at festivals such as Cannes Semaine de la Critique, Sundance, Berlinale, SXSW, New Directors/New Films, AFI, Viennale, BAMcinemafest, Slamdance, and the American Film Festival in Wroclaw. Frank's leading role in Cameron Bruce Nelson's 2014 IFP Narrative Labs feature Some Beasts has been called "one of his best performances to date" (Hammer To Nail), "a subtle, quiet miracle...a career making performance with physical choices that leap off the screen" (Truth On Cinema), and won him the Independent Visions Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Sarasota Film Festival. He's acted in other films such as Shane Carruth's Upstream Color (2013 Sundance Special Jury Prize winner), Daniel Patrick Carbone's segment in the omnibus feature Collective Unconscious, Calvin Reeder's companion films The Bulb and The Procedure (2016 Sundance winner for U.S. Short Fiction), Jon Jost's final narrative film They Had It Coming, Zachary Shedd's Americana, Dustin Guy Defa's Person to Person, and Justin D. Hilliard's The Other Side of Paradise, where his 2009 breakout role was hailed as "a potent dose of sexual chutzpah" (Variety) and "an appealing performance with intriguing elements of depth" (The Hollywood Reporter).
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Morley was born in the town of Woodbridge in Suffolk, England. His parents were Elizabeth Muskett and Joseph Roberts Morley, Quakers who ran a china shop. After being educated at Woodbridge School, Morley went on to King's College, Cambridge (B.A., 1884).


In 1887 Morley moved to Pennsylvania. He taught at Haverford College until 1900, when he became chairman of the mathematics department at Johns Hopkins University. His publications include Elementary Treatise on the Theory of Functions (1893), with James Harkness; and Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions (1898). He was President of the American Mathematical Society from 1919 to 1920 and was the Editor of the American Journal of Mathematics from 1900 to 1921. He was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 1912 at Cambridge (England), in 1924 at Toronto, and in 1936 at Oslo.


In 1933 he and his son Frank Vigor published the "stimulating volume", Inversive Geometry. The book develops complex numbers as a tool for geometry and function theory. Some non-standard terminology is used such as "base-circle" for unit circle and "turn" for a point on it.