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SUZANNE DESPRLS (1875– )

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Originally appearing in Volume V08, Page 103 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SUZANNE DESPRLS (1875– ), French actress, was born at Verdun, and trained at the Paris Conservatoire, where in 1897 she obtained the first prize for comedy, and the second for tragedy. She then became associated with, and subsequently married, Aurelien Lugne-Poe (b. 1870), the actor-manager, who had founded a new school of modern drama, L'Euvre, and she had a brilliant success in several plays produced by him. In succeeding years she played at the Gymnase and at the Porte Saint-Martin, and in 1902 made her debut at the Comedic Fran gaise, appearing in Phedre and other important parts.
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