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French stage actress Celine Emilie Seure, aka Cecile Sorel (1873-1966), 1900s  // by Léopold-Émile Reutlinger. At the Odeon Theatre in Paris, she specialized in playing a stock character known as the "grande coquette" // photo by Francois Vizzavona

“’¿Se encontró con sus amantes en un hotel?’ ‘¡Siempre tuve ese placer!’” Marguerite Steinheil durante el juicio Marguerite Jeanne "Meg" ...

Jack Harris, music hall comedian and entertainer, 1916 Catalogue reference: FO 383/196 Music hall showcase | The National Archives

Jack Harris, music hall comedian and entertainer, 1916 Catalogue reference: FO 383/196 Music hall showcase | The National Archives

SINGER: George W. Walker in "In Dahomey," 1903. "In Dahomey" was the first musical written and played by an African-American cast.

SINGER: George W. Walker in "In Dahomey," 1903. "In Dahomey" was the first musical written and played by an African-American cast.

France. Jeanne-Marie Bourgeois called Mistinguett (1875–1956) French variety actress and singer, c. 1910 //  by Nadar

France. Jeanne-Marie Bourgeois called Mistinguett (1875–1956) French variety actress and singer, c. 1910 // by Nadar

Belle Archer-In 1880 she married an English actor named Herbert Marshall Archer, and her name changed to Belle Archer. She then appeared as the leading lady alongside both her husband and the popular actor E.H. Sothern in the play, “The Highest Bidder.” Unfortunately, her marriage ended in divorce in 1889. Her acting success continued, and she toured extensively with John T. Ford’s stock company, appearing in different plays and numerous theaters throughout the South.

Belle Archer-In 1880 she married an English actor named Herbert Marshall Archer, and her name changed to Belle Archer. She then appeared as the leading lady alongside both her husband and the popular actor E.H. Sothern in the play, “The Highest Bidder.” Unfortunately, her marriage ended in divorce in 1889. Her acting success continued, and she toured extensively with John T. Ford’s stock company, appearing in different plays and numerous theaters throughout the South.

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