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Van Studdiford, Grace (1873–1927)

Van Studdiford, Grace (1873–1927)

American actress and singer. Name variations: Grace Studdiford; Grace Studiford. Born Grace Quivey, Jan 8, 1873, in North Manchester, IN; died Jan 29, 1927.

Made stage debut in Chicago as Minna in The Black Hussar; made opera debut at the Metropolitan in title role of Martha (1900), followed by Michaela in Carmen, Marguerite in Faust, Fleur-de-Lys in Esmeralda, Josephine in H. M. S. Pinafore, Leonora in Il Trovatore; appeared in title roles in Maid Marion (1903) and Lady Teazle, and had a huge success in The Red Feather; also appeared at leading music halls; on Broadway, starred in The Golden Butterfly, The Bohemian Girl, A Bridal Trip (renamed The Paradise of Mahomet), La Belle Paree, and Oh Oh Delphine; as Grace Studdiford, appeared in such films as The Land of Promise and Pardon My French.

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