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Lillian Russell (1860–1922)


Lillian Russell was born on December 4, 1860 in Clinton, Iowa, USA as Helen Louise Leonard. She was an actress, known for Wildfire (1915), La Tosca (1911) and Potted Pantomimes (1914). She was married to Alexander Pollock Moore, Giovanni Perugini, Edward Solomon and Harry Braham. She died on June 6, 1922 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Wildfire Henrietta Barrington
(1915)
La Tosca Actress
(1911)
(1914)
(1913)

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 1915 Wildfire
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 1914 Potted Pantomimes (Short)
 1911 La Tosca (Short)
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 1918 Gaumont Graphic, No. 3 (Short)
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 1913 Popular Players Off the Stage (Documentary short)
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 1913 How to Live 100 Years (Short)
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 1906 Lillian Russell (Short)
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 2016 How to Win the US Presidency (Documentary)
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 1951 The Naughty Twenties (Documentary short)
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 1950 Fifty Years Before Your Eyes (Documentary)
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 1950 The Golden Twenties (Documentary)
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 1938 Yesterday Lives Again (Documentary short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Wallingford Grafter") in "Hokey-pokey" / "Bunty, Bulls and Strings" [koint production]. Both productions directed by Gus Sohlke. Broadway Theatre: 8 Feb 1912-11 May 1912 (108 performances/total for both productions). (1) "Hokey-pokey" (1912). Special production. Music by John Stromberg, A. Baldwin Sloane and ... See more »

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1 Biographical Movie | 4 Print Biographies | 3 Portrayals | 12 Articles | See more »
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Personal Quote:

He was a little general - Tony Pastor. His hair was black, so was his mustache which was waxed and rolled into straight, fierce points. Knowing now what I do about hairdressers' secrets, I am inclined to believe that Tony aided nature in the glossy blackness of his hair and mustache. [He] was always dressed with exquisite taste, wherever you found him. His manners were suave and distinguished, ... See more »

Trivia:

America's foremost singing star of operettas in the 1890's and a celebrated star of burlesque in early 1900's. Appeared on Broadway from 1883. The daughter of newspaper publisher Charles E. Leonard and a noted feminist of the period, Cynthia Leonard, Lillian achieved fame as much for her flamboyant lifestyle as for her performances. See more »

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