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George Marlow Net Worth

George Marlow Net Worth is
$1 Million

George Marlow Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

George Marlow (1877? – 21 May 1939) (born Joseph Marks) was an Australian theatrical entrepreneur born in London of Jewish extraction, noted for bringing melodrama and pantomime to Sydney audiences in the early 1900s.He came to Australia as a child, and started acting and playing piano for stage plays. He was playing with the William Anderson organisation in Sydney and Brisbane in 1899 as was his future wife Ethel Buckley (born ca. 1885). Ethel had made a mark as Puck in a George Rignold production of Midsummer Night's Dream at the age of twelve, a role she reprised several times, then melodramas such as The Luck of Roaring Camp in 1907. She worked six months in London After her marriage (ca. 1910) to Marlow, she starred in his shows. Her most famous role was as "Cigarette" in an adaptation of the Ouida novel Under Two Flags in 1915.He became involved in the managerial side of the theatre, first with William Anderson, then from around 1904 with the Fuller family chain. By 1907 he had his own company, first leasing a theatre in Newcastle. By Christmas 1910 he was lessee of, then a year later purchased The Princess's Theatre, Melbourne. In 1911 he built The Adelphi, in Castlereagh Street, Haymarket, Sydney, the largest theatre in Australia. The Bad Girl of the Family was his first production in the new theatre, followed by the George Fowler musical The Fatal Wedding and the melodrama The Rosary. He took The Bad Girl of the Family to London around the same time. They were still in UK in 1912After purchasing the Princess's Theatre, he hired as manager of The Adelphi George Willoughby (full name George Willoughby Dowse), who made a great success of it. Willoughby, with Arthur Bernard Davies and George T Eaton bought him out in 1913, reportedly for £50,000, but had problems with Marlow's continuing involvement. In 1915 Marlow in partnership with Ben Fuller bought out Willoughby. and 1916 renamed it the Grand Opera House. Some years later it became the Tivoli.Marlow also directed some feature films, Driving a Girl to Destruction (1911) and Angel of his Dreams (1912).
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Date Of Birth1877-01-01
Died1939-01-01
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew

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