Jane Stuart
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Jane Stuart was born Jane Holahan on August 9, 1871 in New York, the daughter of Commissioner Maurice F. Holahan. She began acting professionally in the summer of 1889 and only six weeks later joined the stock company of William H. Crane.

Production History

Date Play Venue Company
May 19, 1890 The Senator Bush Street Theater Josie Armstrong

Newspaper Articles

Jane Stuart, the ingenue of W. H. Crane's company, who has made so decided a hit as Josie Armstrong in "The Senator," is a native of New York, and the daughter of Commissioner Maurice F. Holahan. She was born August 9, 1871. Her professional experience, prior to joining Mr. Crane last September, covered a period of less than six weeks.

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