Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 5170 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Mr. Sinowa Moreno Cruz, M.S.||
I majored in English Literature in college, but I specialized in Shakespeare. As a result, I have felt that the true author of his writings is Edward de Vere.
|James Magill Cryer III||
National Endowment for the Arts Fellow (poetry translation), member of PEN
|Sol Cuadra, M.B.A.||
MBA Graduate, IE Business School
|Mr. Ricardo Mena Cuevas, LL.M.||
Lawyer and writer. From Looney's book, I find that there were no books in Shakspere's house -- the first strong "evidence" for reasonable doubt.
|Peter A. Culhane||
The "Declaration" is unanswerable.
|Dr. Edward Clark Cullen, M.D.||
"...when that which was lost is found..."
|Mrs. Kimberly A. Cullen||10/07/07|
|Mr. Peter CM Cunningham||
I believe that for Mr. Shackspeare, at the length truth Will out.
|Mr. William K. Cunningham, M.S.||09/09/07|
Student of English Literature, Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale, Italy
|Dr. Óscar Curieses, Ph.D.||
Poet, writer and researcher
|Mrs. Sarah J. Curnutt||
B.S in Theatre from Northwest Missouri State University
|James L. Currie||
Poet, Writer, Artist -- I have studied the question skeptically and I have come to the conclusion that the author was Edward De Vere. The evidence proves it.
|Ramon Curva, M.L.S.||
Current Law Librarian, Previously History Teacher
|Venus Curva, M.L.S.||
Public Librarian, NYC
|Ms. Denise Cushing||
"Reasonable doubt for reasonable people."
|Keir C. Cutler, Ph.D.||
Actor, playwright; doctorate in theatre. Adapted Mark Twain's "Is Shakespeare Dead?" Performed it across Canada, and it was televised nationally.
|Mrs. Bonner M Cutting, M.F.A.||
|Jack E. Cutting||05/24/08|
|Miss Jessica Aquila Cymerman||
Sarah Lawrence College 2011
I saw the film "Anonymous," and I was inspired to look into the Shakespeare authorship question.
|Ms. Maria D'Angelo||
Joseph Atwill and John Hudson suggest Amelia Bassano Lanier a possible contender of writing the plays, as Francis Bacon's Knights of the Helmets.
|Steven Albert D'Arruda||
Doing thesis on this subject
|Mr. Rossi d'Providence, M.F.A.||
The First Great Fine-Artist of the 21st Century
|Mr. Loreno Menezes da Silveira, Ph.D.||
It is unreasonable that the daughters of such a writer were illiterate, it is unbelievable that he left no letter, no book, no evidence of such a vast work.
|Mr. Adam Dacini II||09/10/07|
|Mr. Endre Dahler||10/03/12|
Difficult to believe that a person with limited education and travel experience could write such works.
|Mr. Kenneth Reginald Dakin||
I believe Sir Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare and The Arden family were all related and had a common ancestry!
|Ms. Sandra Dale I||10/07/21|
|Mr. Brian Dalen||01/23/13|
|Mr. Paul Anthony Daley, M.Ed.||
A teacher of English Literature for 30 years who has puzzled over this question for a long time.
|Mr. Antony Dalley Sr., M.A.||
M.A., History Department, Birmingham University. Shakespeare is a clear pseudonym.
|Mr. Christopher Henry Dams, M.A.||
Member of the De Vere Society
|Mrs. Marjorie Elizabeth Dams||09/09/07|
|Miss Vanessa Jane Danaher||
|Howard Dando, M.A.||
As a theatre director and university theatre professor, I question Shakespeare's authorship.
|Mrs. Olga Alexandra Danes-Volkov||
Always been interested - doubtful
The Truth Will Out
|Miranda N. Daniel||
I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere was not a real writer.
|Ms. Paola Daniele, Ph.D.||
Secondary school English language and literature teacher
|Ms. Rachel Daniels-Courtney||
It should be painfully obvious.
|Miss Alyssa Kristy Danos, M.B.A.||
Art Historian with a focus on British History who became captivated by this notion of Shakespeare and am completely convinced there is reasonable doubt
|Ninh Dao, M.S.||06/21/11|