Augusta Haviland

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Augusta Haviland (1889-1925) was an American born actress.

Probably the daughter of the theatre couple Amy Coleridge and William Haviland, she was born on August 30, 1889 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

She too became an actress, and in 1897 visited South Africa with the Haviland and Lawrence Shakespearian & Dramatic Company, and later worked in New York as stage actress.

Her only known film work was the role "Stasia" in the 1918 film The Passing of the Third Floor Back.

She was married to the actor Charles Chappelle and sadly died on October 25, 1925 in New York City, New York, USA.

Arthur Gewirtz. 2004. Sidney Howard and Clare Eames: American Theater's Perfect Couple of the 1920s, McFarland: p.28[1]