Love, Mabel (1874–1953)
Love, Mabel (1874–1953)
English actress and musical-hall star. Born Mabel Watson, Oct 16, 1874, in England; died May 15, 1953, in Weybridge, Surrey, England; dau. of Kate Love and Lewis Grant Watson; granddau. of William Edward Love (entertainer).
Made stage debut at Prince of Wales as the Rose in Alice in Wonderland (1886), followed by Masks and Faces (with Kate Vaughan); came to prominence as La Frivolini in La Cigale (1890), then appeared as prima ballerina at Covent Garden in The Light of Asia and Orféo; other plays and pantomimes include Little Red Riding Hood, The Magic Ring, Little Christopher Columbus, The Babes in the Wood, Lord Tom Noddy, Miss Cinderella (title role), and The Musketeers (as Constance with Beerbohm Tree); had highly successful NY debut in His Excellency (1895); on returning to England, starred in Bluebell in Fairyland, The Freedom of Suzanne, Lady Frederick and A Woman's Way; appeared in music halls and later taught dance and elocution.
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