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Rose Coghlan (I) (1851–1932)

Rose Coghlan was born on March 18, 1851 in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. She was an actress, known for The Sporting Duchess (1915), The Faded Flower (1916) and Thou Shalt Not Kill (1915). She was married to John T. Sullivan and Clinton J. Edgerly. She died on April 2, 1932 in Harrison, New York, USA. See full bio »


(age 81) in Harrison, New York, USA

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 1923 Under the Red Robe (uncredited)
 1922 Secrets of Paris
 1922 Beyond the Rainbow
Mrs. Burns
 1916 Her Surrender
Madeline Stuyvesant
 1916 The Faded Flower
Mary Hill
 1915 Thou Shalt Not Kill
Mrs. Meredith - Harry's Mother
 1915 The Sporting Duchess
The Sporting Duchess
 1912 The Eavesdropper (Short)

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Other Works:

A Woman of No Importance (1893). Comedy. Written by Oscar Wilde. Miner's Fifth Avenue Theatre: 11 Dec 1893- Jan 1894 (closig date unknown/unknown performances). Cast: Maurice Barrymore (as "Lord Illingworth"), Mrs. D.P. Bowers (as "Lady Caroline Pontefract"), Rose Coghlan (as "Mrs. Arbuthnot"), Ada Dyas (as "Lady Hunstanton"), ... See more »

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Made her stage debut at 18 playing one of the witches in "Macbeth". See more »

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