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Viola Allen (1869–1948)

Viola Allen was born 1869 in Alabama and educated in Boston, Toronto and New York. She made her stage debut on July 4th, 1882. Since then she starred in many other stage plays. At the beginning of the 20th century she could also be seen in a lot of Shakespeare revivals. Viola Allen passed away 1948 in New York. See full bio »

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The White Sister
The White Sister Donna Angela Chiaromonte, 'The White Sister'
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 1919 Open Your Eyes
Mrs. Forrester (as Mrs. Viola Allen)
 1915 The White Sister
Donna Angela Chiaromonte, 'The White Sister'

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Stage Play: Dakolar. Comedy/drama. Written by Steele MacKaye. Directed by Wesley Sisson. Lyceum Theatre: 6 Apr 1885- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Joseph Adlemann, Viola Allen (as "Madelaine de Volnay") [Broadway debut], Maud Banks, Walter C. Bellows (credited as Walter Clarke Bellows) [Broadway debut], C.H. Canfield, Joseph ... See more »

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Mrs. Viola Allen

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