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Jeanne Eagels

Jeanne Eagels

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Also Known As: Died: October 3, 2029
Born: June 26, 1890 Cause of Death: heroin overdose
Birth Place: Kansas City, Missouri Profession: Cast ...
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1897:
Stage acting debut; Eagels variously told people she debuted as Puck in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" or in a small role in "Hamlet"
1902:
Hired by the Woodward Stock Company in Kansas City
1907:
Made Broadway debut in "Jumping Jupiter"
:
Acted onstage with Julian Eltinge in "The Crinoline Girl" and in three plays with George Arliss
1915:
Film debut, "The House of Fear"
1916:
Appeared in films produced by Thanhouser
1918:
Last films for nine years, "Under False Colors" and "The Cross Bearer"
1926:
Returned to films to star opposite John Gilbert in "Man, Woman and Sin"
1929:
First sound film, "The Letter"; received Best Actress Oscar nomination
1929:
Last film, "Jealousy"

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