Annie Waite (b.1843)
Born in Maine, actress Annie Waite made her debut in 1858 as Parthenia in "Ingomar" at the National Theatre in Boston. Waite then traveled to the West Coast. From 1870 to 1875 she belonged to Mrs. Conway's Olympic Theatre company in Brooklyn, playing such roles as Hortense in "Under the Willows" and Marianne in "The Two Orphans." Waite then moved on to New York City, appearing at the Grand Opera House and the Bowery Theatre. The actress married W. H. Leake, an actor from Philadelphia.
- 1875 circa 5 years
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- Jeremiah Gurney
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