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Michael Greer (I) (1943–2002)

Michael Greer was an actor and comedian. His most famous role was as Queenie, the prison drag queen in Sal Mineo's stage and the Harvey Hart film versions of "Fortune and Men's Eyes" (Fortune and Men's Eyes (1971)), which dealt with sex in prison. Mr. Greer appeared as Don Johnson's friend in the 1960s cult film The Magic Garden of Stanley ... See full bio »

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 1996 Spree
TV Store Clerk
 1984 The Lonely Guy
 1979 The Rose
 1974 Summer School Teachers
John John Lacey
 1973 Messiah of Evil
 1971 Fortune and Men's Eyes
 1970 The Curious Female
 1970 Diamond Stud
Jim's Betting Friend
 1969 The Gay Deceivers
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Recorded an album called "Tallulah in Heaven" in which he mimics the voice of Tallulah Bankhead as she goes through heaven greeting people and making her customary remarks. Also, did a one-man nightclub act in Provincetown in the early 90s.

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Michael's Mona Lisa, aka "Mona the Mouth", evolved over time. Mona started out as a solo character surrounded by a large gilded frame. In the next incarnation, she was flanked by similar sized reproductions of Lawrence's "Pinkie" and Gainsborough's "The Blue Boy". In the final version, he said Mona had moved to Marin, Calfornia, and Michael had replaced the gilded frame with a redwood hot tub.

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