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Daisy Belmore (1874–1954)

Daisy Belmore was born on June 30, 1874 in London, England as Daisy Gertrude Belmore Waxman. She was an actress, known for The Seven Swans (1917), Seven Days Leave (1930) and Bab's Matinee Idol (1917). She was married to Samuel Waxman (importer). She died on December 12, 1954 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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The Seven Swans The Witch
Seven Days Leave Emma Mickelham
Scarlet Pages Mrs. Kennedy


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 1937 The Prince and the Pauper
Cockney (uncredited)
 1936 Camille
Saleswoman (uncredited)
 1936 The White Angel
Nurse (uncredited)
 1936 The Girl from Mandalay
Mrs. Collins (uncredited)
 1936 Little Lord Fauntleroy
Mrs. Baines - Cook (uncredited)
 1935 Sylvia Scarlett
Fat Woman on Beach (uncredited)
 1935 Grand Exit
Molly, the Apple Woman (uncredited)
 1935 China Seas
Martha, Sybil's Maid (uncredited)
 1931 My Past
Mrs. Bennett (uncredited)
 1931 Born to Love
Tibbetts - Nurse (uncredited)
 1931 Ten Nights in a Bar-Room
Old Hag
 1931 50 Million Frenchmen
Lu Lu's Mother (uncredited)
 1931 Dracula
Coach Passenger (uncredited)
 1930 Way for a Sailor
Canadian Queen Passenger (uncredited)
 1930 Scarlet Pages
Mrs. Kennedy
 1930 Outward Bound
Second Gossip (uncredited)
 1930 All Quiet on the Western Front
Frau Kemmerick (uncredited)
 1930 Alias French Gertie
Mrs. William Matson
 1930 Seven Days Leave
Emma Mickelham
 1928 We Americans
Mrs. Schmidt
 1919 His Bridal Night
Aunt Julie
 1917 The Seven Swans
The Witch
 1917 Bab's Matinee Idol
 1917 Bab's Burglar

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Stage Play: The Rose Tattoo. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by David Diamond. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Daniel Mann. Martin Beck Theatre: 3 Feb 1951- 27 Oct 1951 (306 performances). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Serafina Delle Rose"... See more »

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In the U.S. from 1910. First acted in stage productions by Charles Frohman and David Belasco. See more »

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