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Actress

Emma Carus, German actress.

Background

Carus, Emma was born on March 18, 1879 in Berlin, Germany. Daughter of Carl and Henrietta (Rohland) Carus.

Education

Came to America, 1883. Educated private schools, Brooklyn.

Career

On the stage from age of 15. 1st important appearance as Lady Muriel, in “The Giddy Throng,” New York Theatre, 1900. Remained with that theatre till 1903, creating parts in musical comedies.

Played leading parts in “The Defender,” “The Wild Rose,” “The Darling of the Gods,” “The Medal and the Maid,” “Woodland,” etc., and as Mary in “Forty-five Minutes From Broadway,” appeared as star in “The Motor Girl,” co-star with Eddie Foy in “Up and Down Broadway,” star in “The Wife Hunters,” in “Broadway Honeymoon”. In vaudeville, 1915—.

Connections

Married Harry James Everall, June 25, 1905.

father:
Carl Carus

mother:
Henrietta (Rohland) Carus

spouse:
Harry James Everall