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1887 - 1961
The actress Madge Titheradge was born in Melbourne. Because her father George Sutton Titheradge was a stage actor she became familiar with this art at a very young age.
She already appeared as a teenager in first plays before the family
movied to Great Britain in 1898.
She made her film debut in England in 1915 with "Brigadier Gerard" (15), afterwards she went to Hollywood where she took part in the movies "A Fair Impostor" (16), "The Woman Who Was Nothing" (17), "God Bless Our Red, White and Blue" (18) and "Gamblers Al
Her last movies came in 1920 into being with "The Husband Hunter" (20), "Love in the Wilderness" (20), "Her Story" (20), "David and Jonathan" (20) and "A Temporary Gentleman" (20).
Then she concentrated again to the theater and was sucessful with plays like "Othello" (21), "A Doll's House" (23), "Much Ado About Nothing" (26) and "Theatre Royal" (36).
Madge Titheradge retired from the limelight in 1938 because of her bad health. Unfortunately she was not able to enjoy her private life because of her health status, finally it lead to invalidity.
Madge Titheradge was among others married with the actor Charles Quartermaine.