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date: 19 August 2019

Lorne, Marionfree

Born Pennsylvania, 12 Aug. 1888; d of Dr William Lorne Mac-Dougall; m Walter Hackett (d 1944); died 9 May 1968

Actress

Education

Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa; American Academy of Dramatic Art

Career

First appearance, Madison Square Theatre, New York, 1905; member of Hunter-Bradford Stock Company, Hartford, Conn., 1909–14; first London appearance, Prince of Wales’s Theatre, 1915; has since played lead in the following productions among others: The Freedom of the Seas, Ambrose Applejohn’s Adventure, Other Men’s Wives, 77 Park Lane, The Way to Treat a Woman, The Gay Adventure, Afterwards, Hyde Park Corner, Espionage, London After Dark

Address

CBS-TV, 485 Madison Ave, NYC 22, USA