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Mathilde Meyer Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Mathilde Cottrelly (February 7, 1851 - June 15, 1933) (née Meyer) was a German born stage actress, singer, producer and theatre manager. She was popular on Broadway in the 1880s. She was born in Hamburg, Germany and died in Tuckerton New Jersey. 1920s audiences saw her as the hypochondriac Mrs. Cohen in the long running play Abie's Irish Rose.Cottrelly's father was a conductor in opera. She was on the stage acting at an early age and by 16 she was married and singing roles in light opera presentations. Her husband died in 1869 and she continued to act and sing before coming to America in 1875. After touring around the United States she joined McCaull's Comic Opera Company and though somewhat hampered by a thick Jewish dialect, she became the company's leading comedienne. She wore many hats while with McCaulls being a stage director, costume designer and handled the company's finances. McCaull made her a partner in the organization and musical comedy became her forte in the 1880s. In the 1890s and reaching her forties, Cottrelly settled into being a character actress which she remained for the rest of her career.She was married twice, first to George Cottrell (1866-69 his death) and then to Thomas J. Wilson (? - 1923 his death). She died on June 15, 1933 in New Jersey.
|Date Of Birth||1851-02-07|
|Place Of Birth||Hamburg, Germany|
|Spouse||Thomas J. Wilson|
|1||First husband, George Cotrell, was an English circus acrobat of world-wide reputation. He used the name Cotrelly professionally as most circus performers used "Italian" names. He was killed in a fall while performing in Russia.|
|2||With Cottrell only son, Alfred (died c. 1903).|