Who is Sarah Bernhardt?

Sarah Bernhardt

Sarah Bernhardt (; c. 22/23 October 1844 – 26 March 1923) was a French stage and early film actress, and has been referred to as "the most famous actress the world has ever known". Bernhardt made her fame on the stages of France in the 1870s, and was soon in demand in Europe and the Americas. She developed a reputation as a serious dramatic actress, earning the nickname "The Divine Sarah".

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Sarah Bernhardt - Gallery
... Sarah Bernhardt offstage Bernhardt early in her career in Theodora Wearing an elaborate headdress Bernhardt as a Sorceress In the role of Joan of Arc Bernhardt as Cleopatra Starring in Gismonda Bernhardt ...
David Menefee - Biography
... finding success with a string of books about the silent film era Sarah Bernhardt in the Theater of Films and Sound Recordings (McFarland 2003) The First Female Stars Women of the Silent Era (Greenwood Praeger 2004 ... David published Sarah Bernhardt, Her Films, Her Recordings, Charlie O'Doone's Second Chance and Other Stories, as well as launched a new mystery series featuring detective Margot Cranston ... For thirty years, I researched the life and work of Sarah Bernhardt in order to produce the first ever in-depth account of her work in motion pictures and on sound recordings, a part ...
Jacques Damala - Meeting With Bernhardt and Stay in Saint Petersburg
... Prior to his transfer, he was introduced to Sarah Bernhardt by her half-sister, Jeanne, shortly before the summer of 1881 ... Jeanne spoke to Bernhardt of Damala, and Bernhardt felt simultaneously repelled and fascinated by the perspective of meeting the most notorious man in Paris ... Madame Pierre Berton, who wrote a biography for Sarah Bernhardt, remarks the following "It was inevitable that Bernhardt, the famous actress, and Damala, the equally notorious bon-viveu ...
Samuel Jean De Pozzi - Life and Medical Career
... He also met Sarah Bernhardt through a childhood friend, the famed actor Jean Mounet-Sully, and, according to historian and childhood friend Gustave Schlumberger ... Rejane, the widow of Georges Bizet, Sarah Bernhardt, and Emma Sedelmeyer Fischof ... Georges Clairin – probably because of their mutual friendship with Bernhardt – to paint a painting for the wall of his Hospital Lourcine ...

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    What matters poverty? What matters anything to him who is “enamoured” of our art? Does he not carry in himself every joy and every beauty?
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

    Once the curtain is raised, the actor ceases to belong to himself. He belongs to his character, to his author, to his public. He must do the impossible to identify himself with the first, not to betray the second, and not to disappoint the third.
    —Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)