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Actress

Blanche Bates, American actress.

Background

Bates, Blanche was born in 1873 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of F. M. Bates.

Education

Removed to San Francisco with parents, 1876. Educated San Francisco public schools.

Career

Milton F. Davis, United States of America. Married second, George Creel, November 28, 1912. First appearance on stage, Stockwell’s Theatre, San Francisco, 1894.

Starred as Mistress Hillary, in “The Senator,” 1895. Played leading parts in various comedies, 1896-1898. Appeared in Shakespearean rôles in Augustin Daly’s Company, 1898.

Later starred in “The Great Ruby,” “The Musketeers,” “Madame Butterfly”. Created title rôle of Cigarette in “Under Two Flags,” Princess Yo-San, in “The Darling of the Gods,” the Girl in “The Girl of the Golden West”. With Henry Miller in “The Changelings.”.

Connections

Married Lieutenant. Married second, George Creel, November 28, 1912.

father:
F. M. Bates. Bates

spouses:
Lieutenant

George Creel