- Rose Coghlan
Rose Coghlan (
March 18, 1853- April 2, 1932), Irish actresswas the sister of Charles Francis Coghlan.
She went to America in 1871, was again in
Englandfrom 1873 to 1877, playing with Barry Sullivan, and then returned to America, making her Broadway debut in 1893. She became prominent as Countess Zicka in "Diplomacy", and Stephanie in "Forget-me-not". She was at Wallack's almost continuously until 1888, and subsequently appeared in melodrama in parts like the title-role of "The Sporting Duchess".
Rose Coghlan died in 1932 in
Harrison, New York. She had been married twice first to Clinton J. Edgerly from 1885 to 1890 and second to John T. Sullivan from 1890 to 1893. She left no children.
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