9 wins & 1 nomination.
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Solemn Mother (as Chele Welsh)
Arlene Bellings (as Ruth Raymond)
Lady Gloria (as Miss Georgina Spelvin)
Henrietta Wilde (segment "1920's")
The Elegant Lady (as Cherry Grame)
The Pajama Game - playing Poopsie/Dancer/Gladys (understudy), at New York City Center, New York, USA
1 Interview |
1 Article |
4 Pictorials |
Chele Graham | Cherry Grame | Lynni | Ruth Raymond | Roberta Robbins | Shelia | Georgina Spellvin | Georgette Spelvin | Georgiana Spelvin | Miss Georgina Spelvin | Anya Walters | Chele Welsh
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
[on how she chose her stage name] I adopted the pseudonym Georgina Spelvin soon after [The Devil in Miss Jones
(1973)] was released and became an instant hit. Before that I used a lot of silly names. When I played a French maid, I was Ona Tural (au natural). Then there was Claudi Clitoris, and many others. We'd sit around laughing and make them up. But when "Miss Jones" became a national monument...
Georgina Spelvin is also the traditional theatrical pseudonym used by actresses who wish to remain anonymous. Its male equivalent is George Spelvin
. It is used in film, television, and theatre much as Alan Smithee
is used as a mask for directors.