|September 20, 1892|
|Date of death|
|April 10, 1974 (81 years)|
|Place of Birth|
Patricia Collinge (September 20, 1892 - April 10, 1974) was an Irish-American actress, dramatist, and writer, best known for her role as the tragic alcoholic Birdie Hubbard in The Little Foxes.
Eileen Cecilia Collinge was born in Dublin to F. Channon Collinge and Emmie (née Russell) Collinge. She was educated there first by a visiting governess and then at a girls' school. She took dancing and piano lessons, which held no interest for her, and determined to be an actress.
She made her first stage appearance at age 12 at the Garrick Theatre in London on December 21, 1904, as a Chinese doll in a Little Black Sambo. Her first New York stage appearance was on December 7, 1908, in The Queen of the Moulin Rouge.
Collinge first appeared on the stage in 1904 in Little Black Sambo and Little White Barbara at the Garrick Theatre in London. She went to the U.S. with her mother in 1907. She appeared as a flower girl in The Queens of the Moulin Rouge. Collinge began as one of the supporting players in The Thunderbolt, which starred Louis Calvert. The production was staged at the New Theatre (Century Theatre).
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