Marble family


Marble family
   The Marbles are less known than other American acting dynasties like the Booths, the Barrymores, or Chapmans because the Marble family remained devoted to repertory in the Midwest. Dan and Anna (Warren) Marble had four children in the profession during the modernist era: William "Billy" (1840-1912), John (1844-1919), Edward (1846-1900), and Emma (1848-1930). Edward's daughter Anna (1880-1946) was a playwright and press agent, who married Channing Pollock.

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