BORN 9 Apr 1863, Wien - DIED 9 Feb 1918, Berlin|
BIRTH NAME Doré, Adele
GRAVE LOCATION Stahnsdorf, Brandenburg: Südwestkirchhof, Bahnhofstrasse (Block Trinitatis, Am Feld 4a, bei Brunnen Erbbegräbnis 4)
Adele Doré was the daughter of a musician at the State Opera in Vienna. She was educated at Max Otto's theatre school in Vienna and by her future husband Emil Milan. She started with small parts at the Deutschen Theater in Amsterdam and at the Landestheater in Salzburg. After an engagement in Regensburg she went to Cologne, where she stayed for seven years and was successful in character parts.
In 1897 she went to the Thalia theatre in Hamburg and in 1901 she moved to the Deutschen Schauspielhaus in the same city. There she shone with her performance in Grillparzer's "Medea" and in plays by Hebbel.
Husband: Milan, Emil
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