Appeared (credited as Lucill LeSueur; final Broadway role) in "The Passing Show of 1924" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Sigmund Romberg
and Jean Schwartz
. Book / lyrics by Harold Atteridge
. Additional lyrics by Alex Gerber. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Choreographed by Max Scheck, Seymour Felix
and Mr. Kotchetovski. ...
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Billie Cassin | Lucille Le Sueur
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Did You Know?
[on Elizabeth Taylor
] Miss Taylor is a spoiled, indulgent child, a blemish on public decency.
In 1959, upon the death of her husband Alfred Steele
, CEO of the Pepsi-Cola Company, she refused to give up her seat on the board of directors until her forced retirement in 1973. She earned $60,000 per year as a board member and was a tireless supporter of the product, demanding that it receive prominent placement in her films, and traveled extensively as a goodwill ambassador for the company.
Glamorous sense of fashion