Franklin, Irene (1876–1941)

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Franklin, Irene (1876–1941)

American actress. Born June 13, 1876, in New York, NY; died June 16, 1941, in Englewood, New Jersey; m. Burton Green; m. Jeremiah Jarnagin.

Made stage debut as a child; at 15, toured Australia with J.C. Williamson company, remaining there for 3 years; appeared in London variety theaters (1894), then American vaudeville (1895–1907); plays include The Orchid, The Summer Widowers, Hands Up, The Passing Show of 1917 and Sweet Adeline; made film debut as herself in Actors' Fund Field Day (1910) and subsequently appeared in Whipsaw, Timothy's Quest, Along Came Love, Fatal Lady, Wanted—Jane Gardner, Midnight Madonna, Married Before Breakfast and Flirting with Fate, among others.

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