Maxine Elliot Theater Group Poster
Maxine Elliott (1868-1940) A famous and frequently photographed actress, Elliott was born Jessie C. Dermott in Rockland, Maine. She made her debut with E. S. Willard in small parts, and soon after played leading parts in Rose Coghlan's company. Elliott was under Augustin Daly's management for two seasons. In 1898 she married the famous comedian, Nat. C. Goodwin, with whom she costarred in ""Nathan Hale."" They divorced in 1908. She became the owner and manager of Maxine Elliott's Theater in New York. Some of her film credits are 'The Fighting Odds'(1917) and 'The Eternal Magdalene' (1919). She died in France. ?