Actor Michael Chiklis Comes Out as an Oxfordian

August 2015
Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter;Summer2015, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p24
An interview with actor Michael Chiklis is presented. When asked about the views regarding his interest in conspiracy theory regarding the works of playwright William Shakespeare, Chiklis mentioned that he is not a conspiracy theorist and shared his efforts to learn about the works of Shakespeare. He also mentioned his interest in the book "Shakespeare By Another Name."


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