Beatrice Lillie (Performer) | Playbill

Beatrice Lillie

Performer
  • Also Known As: Constance Sylvia Munsfird, Lady Peel
  • Born: May 28, 1894 in Ontario, Canada
  • Death: Jan 19, 1989 in Oxfordshire, England

Roles (71)

High Spirits Playbill - May 1964 High Spirits
Opened April 07, 1964
  • as Madame Arcati (Original)
High Spirits Playbill - May 1964
Ziegfeld Follies Playbill - March 1957 Ziegfeld Follies of 1957
Opened March 01, 1957
  • Additional numbers
  • as Hostess (Original)
  • as Kabuki Lil (Original)
  • as Lucille (Original)
  • as Singer (Original)
  • as The Lady (Original)
  • as The Original Cast (Original)
  • as The Rajah's Favorite (Original)
Auntie Mame Playbill - Dec 1956 Auntie Mame
Opened October 31, 1956
  • as Auntie Mame (Replacement)
    Arrived On Jun 02, 1958
An Evening With Beatrice Lillie Playbill - Oct 1952 An Evening with Beatrice Lillie
Opened October 02, 1952
  • as Solo Performer (Original)
  • as Sybil (Original)
  • as The Son (Original)
  • as The Star's Friend (Original)
Inside U.S.A. Playbill - May 1948 Inside U.S.A.
Opened April 30, 1948
  • as 3rd Couple (Original)
  • as Gladys (Original)
  • as Massachusetts Mermaid (Original)
  • as Miss Twitchell (Original)
  • as Mme. Lapis de Lazuli (Original)
  • as Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director (Original)
Seven Lively Arts Playbill - Feb 1945 Seven Lively Arts
Opened December 07, 1944
  • as "Dancin' to a Jungle Drum" Singer (Original)
  • as "Fragonard in Pink" (Original)
  • as "When I Was a Little Cuckoo" Singer (Original)
  • as Lady Agatha Pendleton (Original)
  • as Mrs. Manningham (Original)
  • as The Customer (Original)
Set to Music Playbill - March 1939 Set to Music
Opened January 18, 1939
  • as "(I've Been to a) Marvelous Party" Performer (Original)
  • as A School Girl (Original)
  • as Giselle (Original)
  • as Marion Day (Original)
  • as Mrs. John Illsworth-Poindexter (Original)
  • as Mrs. Rowntree (Original)
  • as She (Original)
  • as The Countess (Original)
The Show is On Playbill - Feb 1937 The Show Is On
Opened December 25, 1936
  • as "Buy Yourself a Balloon" Performer (Original)
  • as "Epilogue" Performer (Original)
  • as "Josephine Waters" Performer (Original)
  • as A Strip Teaser (Original)
  • as Go Go Benuti (Original)
  • as Mlle. Leonore (Original)
  • as Mrs. Slemp (Original)
  • as Treasurer (Original)
At Home Abroad Playbill - Nov 1935 At Home Abroad
Opened September 19, 1935
  • as "O Leo" Performer (Original)
  • as "Paree" Performer (Original)
  • as "The Toast of Vienna" Performer (Original)
  • as Millicent Peabody (Original)
  • as She (Original)
  • as Sonia (Original)
Walk a Little Faster Playbill - Dec 1932 Walk a Little Faster
Opened December 07, 1932
  • as "End of a Perfect Night" performer (Original)
  • as "Quel Bijou" performer (Original)
  • as Frisco Fanny (Original)
  • as Mrs. George Buckingham (Original)
  • as Nancy Fixit (Original)
  • as Penelope Goldfarb (Original)
Too True to Be Good Playbill - April 1932 Too True to Be Good
Opened April 04, 1932
  • as The Nurse (Original)
The Third Little Show Playbill - June 1931 The Third Little Show
Opened June 01, 1931
  • as Miss Hammond (Original)
  • as Miss Tassell (Original)
  • as The Late Comer (Original)
  • as "Cinema Lorelei" (Original)
  • as "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" (Original)
  • as "Sevilla" (Original)
This Year of Grace Playbill - November 1928 This Year of Grace
Opened November 07, 1928
  • Performer
She's My Baby Playbill - January 1928 She's My Baby
Opened January 03, 1928
  • as Tilly (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Oh, Please
Opened December 17, 1926
  • as Lily Valli (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Charlot Revue
Opened November 10, 1925
  • as "How D'You Do?" Performer (Original)
  • as "Mouse" Performer (Original)
  • as "Susannah's Squeaking Shoes" Performer (Original)
  • as Baby Boy (Original)
  • as Madame Wanda Allova (Original)
  • as The Maid (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924
Opened January 09, 1924
  • Performer

Awards

Outer Critics Circle
1964 Special Award Winner
Tony Award
1964 Best Actress in a Musical Nominee
1958 Best Actress in a Musical Nominee
1953 Special Award Winner
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