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Henrietta Crosman Edit Profile

Actress

Henrietta Crosman, American actress. member Daly’s Company, 1890.

Background

Crosman, Henrietta was born on September 2, 1870 in Wheeling, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Major G. H. (United States of America) and Mary (Wick) Crosman.

Education

Educated Moravian Seminary, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Career

With Bartley Campbell’s stage Company in “White Slave,” 1889, later played leads with Robert Downing. Member Daly’s Company, 1890. Daniel Frohman’s Stock Company, 1891-1892.

Chas. Frohman’s leading woman, 1892-1894. Stock star engagements, 1898-1899. Starred by Jacob Little, April 16, 1900.

Began career as star under management Maurice Campbell in “One of Our Girls,” by Bronson Howard. Produced “Mistress Nell,” by Geo. C. Hazelton, Bijou Theater, New York, October 9, 1900.

Played Jess Loraine in the “Real Thing,” 1911.

Membership

Member Daly’s Company, 1890.

Connections

Married Maurice Campbell, 1897.

father:
Major G. H. Crosman

spouse:
Maurice Campbell