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Sylvia Froos (1914–2004)


Throughout the 1920s, vaudeville child star Sylvia Froos was billed as "Baby Sylvia." In 1927 she appeared in two talking films six months before The Jazz Singer (1927) - often referred to as the "first talking picture." Froos began her professional career in Baltimore in 1920 at the age of seven, and soon became a successful Vaudeville singer. ... See full bio »

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Known For

Stand Up and Cheer!
Stand Up and Cheer! Sylvia Froos
(1934)
Moon Over Manhattan
Moon Over Manhattan Sally Carr
(1935)
The Song Plugger
(1935)

Filmography

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 1936 Transatlantic Love (Short)
Sylvia Markwell
 1935 All for One (Short)
Sylvia
 1935 Love in a Hurry (Short)
 1935 Moon Over Manhattan (Short)
Sally Carr
 1935 The Song Plugger (Short)
Sylvia
 1934 Soft Drinks and Sweet Music (Short)
Sally Ray
 1934 Three Cheers for Love (Short)
The Young Sister
 1934 The Girl from Paradise (Short)
Sally
 1934 Stand Up and Cheer!
Sylvia Froos
 1933 Eddie Duchin & Orchestra (Short)
Sylvia Froos
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Trivia:

Sang in vaudeville billed as "Baby Sylvia".

Nickname:

The Little Princess of Song

Star Sign:

Aries

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