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Jane Wolfe (21/03/1875 - 29/03/1958) foi uma atriz do cinema mudo e membro da A.´. A.´..
A Pennsylvania Dutch, Wolfe was born in St. Petersburg, Pennsylvania. As a young girl she went to New York City to pursue a career in the theatre but soon became involved acting in the fledgling motion picture industry. She made her film debut in 1910 at the age of thirty-five with Kalem Studios in A Lad from Old Ireland under the direction of Sidney Olcott. In 1911, she was part of the Kalem crew in New York who relocated to the company's new production facilities in Los Angeles. She went on to become one of the leading character actors of the decade, appearing in more than one hundred films including an important secondary role in the 1917 Mary Pickford film, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
In 1918, Jane Wolfe began corresponding with the English author and occultist Aleister Crowley and two years later she gave up her career in Hollywood to join Crowley at his Abadia de Thelema at Cefalù, Sicily. Jane Wolfe is considered an important female figure in magick, her life seeing many achievements including taking part in the founding of the Agape Lodge of the Ordo Templi Orientis in southern California as well as being its lodge master.
After not appearing on screen for seventeen years, in 1937 Jane Wolfe had a small role in a B-movie Western.
Jane Wolfe died in Glendale, California in 1958.
Jane Wolf e Crowley
Foi admitida por Crowley como Probacionista em 1921, em Cefalú, porém, demorou anos até vir a saber, por uma carta do mesmo, que havia saído deste grau tornando-se Neófita. Ela adimitiu, posteriormente à morte de seu instrutor, que tinha dúvidas se realmente havia alcançado a sephirah de Yesod.