Carus, Emma (1879–1927)
Carus, Emma (1879–1927)
German-born vaudeville and musicalcomedy actress and singer. Born Mar 18, 1879, in Berlin, Germany; died Nov 18, 1927; dau. of Carl Carus and Henrietta Rohland Carus (opera singer under the name Henrietta Rolland); m. N.S. Mattson (div.); m. Harry James Everall, June 25, 1905.
Made stage debut in NY (1894); came to prominence as Lady Muriel in The Giddy Throng (1900), followed by King's Carnival, The Wild Rose, Woodland, The Defender, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway, The Follies of 1907, The Wife Hunters, The Broadway Honeymoon and Listen Lester; introduced Irving Berlin's "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (1911); appeared solely in vaudeville from 1915 on.
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