Beatrice Lillie Overview:

Actress, Beatrice Lillie, was born Constance Sylvia Gladys Munston on May 29, 1894 in Cobourg, Canada. Lillie died at the age of 94 on Jan 20, 1989 in Henley-on-Thames, England .



She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Mrs. Meers: Sad to be all alone in the world.

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Close intimate friends with such vast personalities as Noel Coward, George Bernard Shaw, Charles Chaplin and Sir Winston Churchill.

Made her final stage appearance as Madame Arcati in "High Spirits" the musical version of Blithe Spirit. It was during the show that she began experiencing symptoms of Alzheimers Disease.

Won a Special Tony Award in 1953 for her show, "An Evening With Beatrice Lillie." She was also twice nominated for the Best Actress (Musical) Tony: in 1958 for "Ziegfeld Follies," and in 1964 for "High Spirits."

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