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Actress

Frances Starr, American actress.

Background

Starr, Frances was born in 1886 in Oneonta, New York, United States. Daughter of Charles E. and Emma (Grant) Starr.

Education

Educated Albany public schools.

Career

Made 1st appearance on stage in a stock company at Leland Theatre, Albany, New York, June 1901. Joined Murray Hill Stock Company, New York. Played in “Gallops” with Charles Richman, spring of 1906.

Leading lady in “The Music Master,” fall of 1906. Starring in “The Rose of the Rancho,” 1907. “Easiest Way,” 1909-1911.

“Case of Becky,” 1912-1913. “The Secret,” 1914-1915. “Marie Odile,” 1915-1916.

“Little Lady in Blue,” 1916-1917. “Tiger, Tiger,” 1919-1920. “One,” 1920-1921; revival of “Easiest Way,” 1921-1922.

“Shore Leave,” 1922-1923. Home: Garden City, Long Island, New York *.

Connections

Married Haskell Coffin, artist, New New York.

father:
Charles E. Starr

mother:
Emma (Grant) Starr

spouse:
Haskell Coffin