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  1. Dubbed "the funniest woman in the world", comedienne Beatrice Lillie was born the daughter of a Canadian government official and grew up in Toronto. She sang in a family trio act with her mother, Lucy, and her piano-playing older sister, Muriel. Times were hard and the ambitious mother eventually took the girls to England to test the waters.
  2. Jan 21,  · Beatrice Gladys Lillie was born in Toronto on May 29, Her father, John Lillie, a native of Northern Ireland, had served with the British Army in India before he married Lucie Shaw, an.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of An Evening With Beatrice Lillie on Discogs. Label: London Records - LL ,London Records - LL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen •.
  4. In a one-woman show entitled “An Evening with Beatrice Lillie” in , she performed in shows on Broadway and toured across Canada three times. Her last stage performances were in “Auntie Mame” in in London, “High Spirits” in New York City, and in the musical version of Sir Noel Coward's “Blithe Spirit.”.
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  6. May 23,  · Birth name Beatrice Gladys Lillie Born May 29, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Died January 20, (aged 94) Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England Medium Stage, motion pictures Beatrice Gladys "Bea" Lillie (May 29, – January 20, ) was a Canadian-born British actress, singer and comedic performer.
  7. Aug 12,  · Beatrice Gladys Lillie (May 29, – January 20, ), known as Bea Lillie, was a Canadian-born British actress, singer and comedic performer. She .
  8. On the cover of the album Thirty Minutes with Beatrice Lillie, she is turned to profile with this severe brush cut and looks very chic lesbian, but she had several male lovers. In she married a tall man named Sir Robert Peel, and so Lillie could call herself Lady Peel for the rest of her life, mainly for a gag.
  9. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Beatrice Lillie - An Evening With Beatrice Lillie at Discogs. Complete your Beatrice Lillie collection.4/5(2).

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