Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 4728 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|John R. Briggs||
Stage director and published adapter of Shakespeare's plays
|Nate Briggs, M.A.||
|Miss Anita Bright, M.B.A.||
Author and Publisher of Biographies
|Prof. Rebecca Luttrell Briley, Ph.D.||
Professor of English, OCU; published author and dramatist, Fulbright scholar
|Emma Lauder Brindley||09/09/07|
|Ms. Leslie Morris Britt||03/31/08|
|Mr. Max Brittain||10/10/07|
|Miss Joyce Carissa Britton||
|Mr. Paul Britton, J.D.||
The evidence points overwhelmingly to an author other than the actor from Stratford.
|Mr. B. S. Britzman||
A recent convert to reasonable doubt
|Mr. Keith Broadway||11/07/12|
|Ms. Melvina H. Brock Sr.||
Everything I've heard or read points out that William Shakspere could not have been the writer.
|Bruce Brocka, M.S.||
Author, Engineer, Historic preservationist
|Dr. James F. Broderick, Ph.D.||
Associate Professor of English, and co-author of "Web of Conspiracy," a book which addresses the Authorship Question
|Mr. Allan Brodie, M.A.||10/29/11|
|Mrs. Helena Brodin Friberg||
Swedish actress of The Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm; appeared in more than 40 films and television shows, 1960 - 2000; co-author, “Täcknamn Shakespeare”
|Prof. Edward I. Brodkin, Ph.D.||
Lucretia L. Allyn Professor Emeritus of History, Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA
|Mr. Gary Nash Brodnax||
We are ever hoping that the whole world will someday know the truth.
|Ms. Christi L Broersma||
English teacher and writer
|Mr. Oliver Bromham||07/28/08|
|Frederick C. Bronner||
Inspect the doublet, 'clothes make the man', ergo a fake.
Hope, that the world knows the truth.
Former English teacher
|Mr. Ferran Brooks||
Filmmaker and anthropologist. There is a dark shadow upon the events of the Bard of Stratford.
|James W. Brooks Jr., Ph.D.||10/29/07|
|Mrs. Laura A. Brooks, M.B.A.||09/13/16|
|Mrs. Rebecca Michelle Brooks-Guelfi||
|Mr. Frederick J. Brookwell, J.D.||10/03/16|
|Mrs. Avril Brown||
Lifelong (informal) student of Complete Works of Shakespeare
|Miss Clare Jane Brown||
The play 'I am Shakespeare' turned me from a Stratfordian to a doubter!
|Edward Giles Brown||
Author of 365 Days of Verse; Reason should prevail upon this question.
|Dr. Kenneth Brown, Ph.D.||
I believe there is sufficient doubt about the authorship of works attributed to Shakespeare to justify continuing academic research on this subject.
|Dr. Mary Louise Brown, Ph.D.||
Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour - originally a Classicist from Oxford. I've always thought Shakespeare was a fabrication ever since childhood!
|Dr. Michael J. Brown, Ph.D.||
Professor of History, Agnes Scott College
|Ms. Patricia Carroll Brown V, M.B.A.||09/09/07|
|Mr. Rodney Morgan Brown, M.M.||
|Roslyn Ramona Brown||
Recently viewed a TV program about this same subject. Very interesting...
|Ms. Shiona Mary Brown||
|Mr. Steve Brown||08/09/18|
|Prof. Chris A, Browne||
Emeritus Professor, Monash University
|Ms. Kristen Anne Brownell||09/09/07|
|Miss Gay Browning, M.S.||
I vote Sir Francis Bacon for the authorship. "The Shakespeare Enigma" written by Peter Dawkins should be read by those interested in the authorship question.
|Keith H. Browning||
Training specialist (now retired); author of 'Shakespeare Re-invented'
|Thomas Paul Bruder, J.D.||04/25/07|
|Mr. Tommy Bruland Sr.||
I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere could write all he did. He had no education, left no documents or notes. Is hardly known in his local area.
|Mr. Marcel Francois Bruneau||12/01/14|