- Campbell, Mrs. Patrick
orig. Beatrice Stella Tannerborn Feb. 9, 1865, London, Eng.died April 9, 1940, Pau, FranceBritish actress.She married at age 19 and made her stage debut in 1888, winning fame as Paula in The Second Mrs. Tanqueray in 1893. She originated the role of Eliza Doolittle in George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (1914), and she and Shaw conducted a famous correspondence for many years. She also achieved great success in Maurice Maeterlinck's Pelléas and Mélisande, Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts, and Sophocles' Electra. She made her film debut in Riptide (1933) at age 68 and later appeared in several more films.
* * *▪ British actressnée Beatrice Stella Tanner, married name (from 1914) Mrs. George Cornwallis-Westborn Feb. 9, 1865, London, Eng.died April 9, 1940, Pau, FranceEnglish actress known for her portrayals of passionate and intelligent characters.She debuted on the stage in 1888 (four years after she married Patrick Campbell), and her first notable role was as Paula Tanqueray in Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's play The Second Mrs. Tanqueray in 1893. Two years later she played Juliet to Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson's Romeo and afterward appeared with him frequently. In 1907 she was a memorable Hedda Gabler in Henrik Ibsen's play of the same name and in 1914 played Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion, a part her friend George Bernard Shaw wrote especially for her. In 1914 she remarried (her first husband having died in 1900), this time to Major George Frederick Myddleton Cornwallis-West.She also achieved great success as Mélisande in Maurice Maeterlinck's Pelléas and Mélisande, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Mrs. Alving in Ibsen's Ghosts, Magda in Hermann Sudermann's Magda, Clytemnestra in Sophocles' Electra, and Anastasia in the play based on G.B. Stern's Matriarch in 1929. She made her film debut at the age of 68 in Riptide and subsequently appeared in several other motion pictures.Her correspondence with Shaw, edited by Alan Dent, was published in 1952.
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Campbell,Mrs. Patrick — Campbell, Mrs. Patrick. Originally Beatrice Stella Tanner. 1865 1940. British actress who was the first to portray Eliza in Pygmalion (1913), a part written for her by George Bernard Shaw. * * * … Universalium
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick — (1865 1940) The imperiously beautiful British actress (born Beatrice Stella Tanner) made the first of her frequent American tours in 1902, managed by Liebler & Co., and with a repertoire in which she played women of questionable reputation,… … The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick — orig. Beatrice Stella Tanner (9 feb. 1865, Londres, Inglaterra–9 abr. 1940, Pau, Francia). Actriz británica. Se casó a la edad 19 años, y en 1888 debutó en el teatro. En 1893 saltó a la fama al protagonizar a Paula en la La segunda Sra. Tanqueray … Enciclopedia Universal
Mrs Patrick Campbell — [Mrs Patrick Campbell] (1865–1940) an English actor who was well known for her intelligent and humorous remarks. Her name before her marriage to Patrick Campbell was Beatrice Tanner. Her best known role was as Eliza in George Bernard Shaw ‘s… … Useful english dictionary
Mrs. Patrick Campbell — For other people named Patrick Campbell, see Patrick Campbell (disambiguation). Mrs Patrick Campbell Born Beatrice Stella Tanner 9 February 1865 Kensington, London, England Di … Wikipedia
Mrs. Patrick Campbell — (undatiert) Mrs. Patrick Campbell (* 9. Februar 1865 in Kensington, London als Beatrice Stella Tanner; † 9. April 1940 in Pau, Aquitanien, Frankreich) war eine britische Schauspielerin … Deutsch Wikipedia
Mrs. Patrick Campbell — Mrs. Pat Mrs. Patrick Campbell en 1897 Nom de naissance Beatrice Stella Tanner … Wikipédia en Français
Mrs Patrick Campbell — (February 9, 1865 ndash; April 9, 1940) was one of the most successful British stage actresses of her generation. Early life and marriages Campbell was born Beatrice Stella Tanner in Kensington, London, to John Tanner and Maria Luigia Giovanna,… … Wikipedia
Mrs Patrick Campbell — ➡ Campbell (IV) * * * … Universalium
Mrs Patrick Campbell — stage name of Beatrice Stella Tanner … Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games