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Anna Maria de Bruyn (ca. 1708, Zwolle – buried 28 May 1744, Amsterdam) was a Dutch stage actress and ballet dancer. She was born to the actors Jan de Bruyn (died 1749), and Elizabeth Bleeck (1684–1751). She was active at the theaters of Amsterdam in 1719–1744. Originally employed with her family, she was given an individual contract in 1727. She was one of the stars of the theatre and was described as "The most beautiful jewel in the theatre's crown". She died in 1744 in childbirth. She was replaced as lead actress by Elisabeth Mooij.

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  • Anna Maria de Bruyn (ca. 1708, Zwolle – buried 28 May 1744, Amsterdam) was a Dutch stage actress and ballet dancer. She was born to the actors Jan de Bruyn (died 1749), and Elizabeth Bleeck (1684–1751). She was active at the theaters of Amsterdam in 1719–1744. Originally employed with her family, she was given an individual contract in 1727. She was one of the stars of the theatre and was described as "The most beautiful jewel in the theatre's crown". She died in 1744 in childbirth. She was replaced as lead actress by Elisabeth Mooij.
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  • Anna Maria de Bruyn (ca. 1708, Zwolle – buried 28 May 1744, Amsterdam) was a Dutch stage actress and ballet dancer. She was born to the actors Jan de Bruyn (died 1749), and Elizabeth Bleeck (1684–1751). She was active at the theaters of Amsterdam in 1719–1744. Originally employed with her family, she was given an individual contract in 1727. She was one of the stars of the theatre and was described as "The most beautiful jewel in the theatre's crown". She died in 1744 in childbirth. She was replaced as lead actress by Elisabeth Mooij.
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