See also:American actress, was
See also:born at
See also:Sacramento, California, on the 28th of
See also:July 1859 . Her
See also:father, an officer in the Confederate service in the
See also:Civil War, died in 1863 . She was educated in various
See also:Roman Catholic institutions, and at the age of thirteen, with the advice of
See also:Charlotte Cushman, began to study for the stage, making her first appearance at
See also:Kentucky, as Juliet in 1875 . Her remarkable beauty created an immediate success, and she played in all the large cities of the
See also:United States with increasing popularity . Between 1883 and 1889 she had several seasons in
See also:London, and was the Rosalind in the performance of As You Like It which opened the
See also:Shakespeare Memorial theatre at Stratford-on-
See also:Avon . Among her chief parts were Galatea (in W . S .
See also:Pygmalion and Galatea), Clarice (in his
See also:Comedy and Tragedy, written for her), Hermione, Perdita, and Julia (in The Hunchback) . In 1889 she retired from the stage and in 1890 married Antonio de
See also:Navarro, and settled in England . See
See also:William Winter's Stage
See also:Life of Mary
See also:Anderson (New
See also:York, 1886), and her own A Few Memories (New York, 1896) .
JOHN ANDERSON (1726-1796)
RICHARD HENRY ANDERSON (1821–1879)
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