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Helen Traubel (1899–1972)

Her first introduction to performing was as a singer, and she made her concert debut with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Although widely known for her talent, it was not until 1935 that she was given the chance to succeed on a national level. In 1935, while performing at the St. Louis Sangerfest, she was heard by composer Walter Damrosch. ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Ladies Man Miss Helen N. Wellenmellon
The Red Skelton Hour Award for Most Promising Newcomer / Herself / Queen Isabella
Deep in My Heart Anna Mueller


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 1967 Gunn
 1964-1965 Valentine's Day (TV Series)
- Farrow's Fling (1965) ... Muriel
- Mad, Mad Momma (1965)
 1961 The Ladies Man
Miss Helen N. Wellenmellon
 1960 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
- The Mikado (1960) ... Katisha
 1954 Deep in My Heart
Anna Mueller
 1954 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Queen Isabella
- Columbus and Isabella (1954) ... Queen Isabella
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Novel: "The Metropolitan Opera Murders". See more »


5' 9" (1.75 m)

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Appeared at New York's Copacabana Club, the Chez Paree in Chicago, The Sahara hotel in Las Vegas and the Clover Club in Miami. She also appeared on TV where she made a great foil for the likes of Groucho Marx, Red Skelton and Jerry Lewis. See more »

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