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Helen Menken (1901–1966)

Helen Menken was born in New York to deaf parents. Her original name was Meinken, her New York-born father Frederick being of French/German extraction. Her mother, Mary Madden, was Irish-born. She married Humphrey Bogart at the Gramercy Park Hotel on May 20, 1926, four years after taking out a marriage license in New York City. It was the first ... See full bio »

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Known For

Stage Door Canteen
Stage Door Canteen Helen Minken
(1943)
The 15th Annual Tony Awards
The 15th Annual Tony Awards Herself - Presenter
(1961)
The 17th Annual Tony Awards
The 17th Annual Tony Awards Herself - Presenter
(1963)
The 16th Annual Tony Awards
The 16th Annual Tony Awards Herself - Presenter
(1962)

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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in Maxwell Anderson's "Mary of Scotland," at the Colonial Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, with Helen Hayes and Philip Merivale in the cast. See more »
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Personal Quote:

[on a performance of The Merchant of Venice for the hearing impaired, produced by her and her father] Instead of using the spoken language, as all the rest of the world is accustomed to do, we shall use sign language only. Do not confuse this with pantomime, for, I assure you, it is quite different and vastly more difficult than that. The story will be told by the use of the standard symbols and ... See more »

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In 1966, awarded a Special Tony Award posthumously "for a lifetime of devotion and dedicated service to the Broadway theatre."

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