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Margaret Dale (actress)

Hearst International Magazine 1907
Personal information
Birth nameMargaret Dale
Birth dateMarch 6, 1876
Place of birthPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Date of deathMarch 23, 1972
Death placeNew York City, New York

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Margaret Dale (March 6, 1876, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - March 23, 1972, New York City) was an American stage and film actress. She performed on Broadway for over fifty years and occasionally did films in the 1920s. She appeared in a large number of Broadway hits over the course of her years as an actress.

She began her career in Charles Frohman acting company in 1898, often in support of the leading actors. She became the leading lady of John Drew in 1905. Dale performed with George Arliss in the long running play Disraeli, 1911 to 1917. In the mid 1920s she was part of an ensemble cast that included Mary Boland, Edna May Oliver, Humphrey Bogart and Gene Raymond in the popular play The Cradle Snatchers.

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