Charlotte Alice “Lottie” <I>Alter</I> Bradley


Charlotte Alice “Lottie” Alter Bradley

La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
Death 25 Dec 1924 (aged 45)
Beechhurst, Queens County, New York, USA
Burial Flushing, Queens County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 207457192 View Source

Several sources online, have the year of her birth as 1879...

New York, New York, Index to Death Certificates, 1862-1948

Name: Lottie Alice Bradley
[Lottie Alice Alter]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Marital status: Married
Age: 53
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1871
Birth Place: USA
Residence Street Address: 3 30Th St
Residence Place: Long Island
Years in US: life
Death Date: 25 Dec 1924
Hospital: Flushing Hospital
Death Place: New York City, Queens, New York, USA
Cause of Death: pneumonitis
Burial Date: 28 Dec 1924
Burial Place: Flushing Cemetery
Father's Birth Place: USA
Mother's Birth Place: USA
Father: Fred Alter
Mother: Ida Alter
Executor: Charles C. Bradley
Executor Relationship: Husband
Alter began acting in the American midwest by 1890, playing soubrette roles in touring companies managed by Henrietta Crosman, Joseph Jefferson and Charles Frohman, in such shows as The Cricket on the Hearth, Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush, The Country Circus, Fifi, The Shadows of a Great City, The Girl I Left Behind Me, and Hearts are Trumps. On Broadway, she acted in To Have and to Hold (1901), The Vinegar Buyer (1903),The Trifler (1905, with Esme Beringer), Charley's Aunt (1906), and Excuse Me by Rupert Hughes (1911).

Of her work in Excuse Me, critic George Jean Nathan wrote that she was among "the best in a generally capable cast."

She toured Australia and Great Britain in Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. In 1916 she was leading her own company on vaudeville.

Silent film appearances by Alter included roles in Advertising for a Wife (1910, short), An Arizona Romance (1910, short), The Eternal City (1915, with Pauline Frederick and Thomas Holding), and The Lottery Man (1916, with Oliver Hardy and Thurlow Bergen).

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