Place of Death
Juan Les Pins, France
Cause of Death
Claim to Fame
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Date of Birth
5 February 1868, Rockland, Maine, USA
Date of Death
5 March 1940, Juan Les Pins, France (heart ailment)
Quit acting career during World War I, to outfit & staff a barge as a floating hospital, to nurse wounded soldiers in France. Boyfriends as a young actress included Baseball Hall of Famer John Montgomery Ward & heavyweight champ/actor Gentleman James J. Corbett. Elliott was named as co-respondent in Ward`s divorce from famed actress Helen Dauvray. For her beauty & unusual violet eyes, Maxine Elliott has been compared to Elizabeth Taylor. For many years, there was a Maxine Elliott Theatre on Broadway.
She met husband Nat C. Goodwin, the leading comic actor of his era, en route to Australia in 1896. Goodwin was a dedicated baseball fan/gambler, and the stage idol of George M. Cohan.
Full Name at Birth
Jessie C. Dermott
Maxine Elliott (born February 5, 1868, Rockland, Maine – died March 5, 1940, Cannes, France) was an American actress and businesswoman.
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Film, stage actress
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Maxine Elliott died on 5th March, 1940. Her last relationship was with Nat Goodwin, they were married for 9 years.
During her life she was married to Nat Goodwin from 1898 to 1908 and George Mcdermott from 1896 to 1898.
She also dated James J. Corbett and Monte Ward.
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