Gladys Archbutt was an English actress born in Twickenham, Middlesex and who started her career as a child dancing star in 1901 before appearing in musical comedies in both Europe and the United States.
She appeared in three Broadway musicals London Follies
(1911), The Balky Princess
and The Lamb of Delft
In 1903 she apeared as "Josephine, a pierette maid, "in The Cherry Girl
which was an Edwardian musical comedy based on a book by Seymour Hicks, lyrics by Aubrey Hopwood and music by Ivan Caryll
where it opened at the Vaudeville Theatre
in London's West End. Ellaline Terriss
was also in the cast and played "The Queen".
Gladys Archbutt died in Kensington, Middlesex..