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... Natalie MacLaird
She played Mrs. Amelia Tilford in Lillian Hellman's play, "The Children's Hour," at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Sandra March (Peggy Rogers); Nancy Plehn (Catherine); Carol Sinclair (Lois Fisher); Mary Finney (Mrs. Lily Mortar); Mary Lee Dearring (Evelyn Munn); Carolyn Rosser (Helen Burton); Lynn Thatcher (...
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5' 5" (1.65 m)
Did You Know?
[on wearing a black wig for her role as Ming Toy in the stage production of East is West] A disappointed blonde am I. And the dye runs and is ruining my hair.
Presented the very first African-American winner with the Oscar statuette when Hattie McDaniel
won Best Supporting Actress for Gone with the Wind
(1939) (February 29, 1940, Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles).
Her warm, slightly smoky voice
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