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Edith Day (1896–1971)

Edith Day was born on April 10, 1896 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Edith Marie Day. She was an actress, known for Children Not Wanted (1920), A Romance of the Air (1918) and The Grain of Dust (1918). She was married to Pat Somerset and Carle E. Carlton. She died on May 1, 1971 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 75) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Children Not Wanted
Children Not Wanted Dorothy Crane
A Romance of the Air
A Romance of the Air American girl
The Grain of Dust
The Grain of Dust Josephine Burroughs


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 1920 Children Not Wanted
Dorothy Crane
 1918 A Romance of the Air
American girl
 1918 The Grain of Dust
Josephine Burroughs
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 2003 Agatha Christie's Poirot (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Five Little Pigs (2003) ... (performer: "Alice Blue Gown" - uncredited)

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Stage Play: Irene. Musical comedy. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joe McCarthy. Based on a play by James Montgomery. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Costume Design by Lucile and Finchley. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law Studios and Clifford Pember. Directed by Edward Royce. Vanderbilt Theatre: 18 Nov 1919- 18 Jun 1921 (675 performances). ... See more »

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Created the title role in "Irene" in Broadway in 1919, in which she introduced the popular song standard "Alice Blue Gown."

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