Marguerite Durand

1864 - 1936

Marguerite Durand

Marguerite Durand (January 24, 1864 – March 16, 1936) was a French stage actress, journalist, and a leading suffragette. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marguerite Durand has received more than 32,328 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 2,586th most popular actor.

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  • 17

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  • 2.30

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among actors, Marguerite Durand ranks 2,567 out of 8,832Before her are Tsai Chin, Dakota Fanning, Estelle Harris, Thandie Newton, Richard Bright, and Roseanne Barr. After her are Cornelia Froboess, Mitchell Ryan, Meryem Uzerli, Keenan Wynn, Patrick Bruel, and Robert Wisdom.

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Among people born in 1864, Marguerite Durand ranks 91Before her are Maud Watson, Toktogul Satylganov, Futabatei Shimei, Hedwiga Rosenbaumová, Eemil Nestor Setälä, and Juhan Liiv. After her are Leonard Hobhouse, John Walter Gregory, Karl Neukirch, George Albert Smith, Frances Cleveland, and Herman Heijermans. Among people deceased in 1936, Marguerite Durand ranks 107Before her are Ignacy Daszyński, Juho Sunila, John Scott Haldane, Niels Neergaard, Walther Wever, and Ramiro de Maeztu. After her are Wilhelm Solf, Konstantinos Demertzis, Uchida Kōsai, Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger, Charles Ruijs de Beerenbrouck, and Domenico Mezzadri.

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In France

Among people born in France, Marguerite Durand ranks 2,920 out of 4,109Before her are Jean Langlais (1907), Achille Valenciennes (1794), Lili Damita (null), Marcel Jouhandeau (1888), Gérard Grisey (1946), and Stéphane Courtois (1947). After her are Jacques Santini (1952), Bernard-Marie Koltès (1948), Joanni Perronet (1877), Maurice Schumann (1911), Charles Duclerc (1812), and Valérie Trierweiler (1965).