Sarah Henshaw Hunt Jewett (Sarah Henshaw Hunt Jewett)

Sarah Henshaw Hunt Jewett

Actress. She debuted her theatrical career on September 3, 1872 at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in New York City, New York, and achieved many notable roles, appearing on stage in the plays “Diamonds”, “The Merry Wives”, “Merry Wives of Windsor”, “Everybody’s Friend”, “Married Life”, “Divorce”, “Old Heads and Young Hearts”, “False Shame”, “Love’s Labor’s Lost”, “The School for Scandal”, “The Banker’s Daughter”, and “A Celebrated Case”. Considered one of the most beautiful women of her time, he success as a prominent, well known leading lady, ended due to the failure of her health, which compelled her to withdraw from the stage. (bio by: Lin)


  • May, 26, 1847
  • USA


  • February, 02, 1899
  • USA


  • Woodlawn Cemetery
  • USA

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