Jeanne Julia Bartet
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Jeanne Julia Bartet (1854 – 28 October 1941), a French actress, was born in Paris and trained at the Conservatoire. In 1872 she began a successful career at the Vaudeville, and in 1879 was engaged at the Comédie-Française, of which she became a sociétaire in 1880. For many years she played the chief parts both in tragedy and comedy. She was known for Louis XI (1909) and Rival de son Père (1909). She had a season in London in 1908, when her consummate art was displayed in a number of parts.
Jeanne Julia Bartet died in 1941 and was interred in the Passy Cemetery in Paris
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