Beatrice Lillie

Performer, Writer

Also known as: Constance Sylvia Munsfird, Lady Peel

Female

Born: May 29, 1894
Ontario, Canada

Died: January 20, 1989
Oxfordshire, England

 

Roles

Playbill Cover - High Spirits High Spirits
Apr. 7, 1964 - Feb. 27, 1965
Madame Arcati Performer
(Original)
Who's Who
Playbill Cover - Ziegfeld Follies of 1957 Ziegfeld Follies of 1957
Mar. 1, 1957 - Jun. 15, 1957
Singer Performer
(Original)
 
    The Lady Performer
(Original)
 
    The Original Cast Performer
(Original)
 
    The Rajah's Favorite Performer
(Original)
 
    Hostess Performer
(Original)
 
    Additional numbers
(Original)
 
    Kabuki Lil Performer
(Original)
 
    Lucille Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Auntie Mame Auntie Mame
Oct. 31, 1956 - Jun. 28, 1958
Auntie Mame
Jun. 2, 1958
Performer
(Replacement)
 
Playbill Cover - An Evening with Beatrice Lillie An Evening with Beatrice Lillie
Oct. 2, 1952 - May 30, 1953
Solo Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    Sybil Performer
(Original)
 
    The Son Performer
(Original)
 
    The Star's Friend Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Inside U.S.A. Inside U.S.A.
Apr. 30, 1948 - Feb. 19, 1949
Miss Twitchell Performer
(Original)
 
    Mme. Lapis de Lazuli Performer
(Original)
 
    Pittsburgh Choral Society Choral Director Performer
(Original)
 
    3rd Couple Performer
(Original)
 
    Gladys Performer
(Original)
 
    Massachusetts Mermaid Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Seven Lively Arts Seven Lively Arts
Dec. 7, 1944 - May 12, 1945
Lady Agatha Pendleton Performer
(Original)
 
    Mrs. Manningham Performer
(Original)
 
    The Customer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Dancin' to a Jungle Drum" Singer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Fragonard in Pink" Performer
(Original)
 
    "When I Was a Little Cuckoo" Singer Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Set to Music Set to Music
Jan. 18, 1939 - May 6, 1939
Mrs. John Illsworth-Poindexter Performer
(Original)
 
    Mrs. Rowntree Performer
(Original)
 
    She Performer
(Original)
 
    "(I've Been to a) Marvelous Party" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    The Countess Performer
(Original)
 
    A School Girl Performer
(Original)
 
    Giselle Performer
(Original)
 
    Marion Day Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - The Show Is On The Show Is On
Dec. 25, 1936 - Oct. 2, 1937
"Josephine Waters" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    A Strip Teaser Performer
(Original)
 
    Go Go Benuti Performer
(Original)
 
    Mlle. Leonore Performer
(Original)
 
    Mrs. Slemp Performer
(Original)
 
    "Buy Yourself a Balloon" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    Treasurer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Epilogue" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - At Home Abroad At Home Abroad
Sep. 19, 1935 - Mar. 7, 1936
"O Leo" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Paree" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    "The Toast of Vienna" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    Millicent Peabody Performer
(Original)
 
    She Performer
(Original)
 
    Sonia Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Walk a Little Faster Walk a Little Faster
Dec. 7, 1932 - Mar. 18, 1933
"Quel Bijou" performer Performer
(Original)
 
    Frisco Fanny Performer
(Original)
 
    Mrs. George Buckingham Performer
(Original)
 
    Nancy Fixit Performer
(Original)
 
    Penelope Goldfarb Performer
(Original)
 
    "End of a Perfect Night" performer Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Too True to Be Good Too True to Be Good
Apr. 4, 1932 - May 21, 1932
The Nurse Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - The Third Little Show The Third Little Show
Jun. 1, 1931 - Sep. 26, 1931
"Cinema Lorelei" Performer
(Original)
 
    "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" Performer
(Original)
 
    "Sevilla" Performer
(Original)
 
    Miss Hammond Performer
(Original)
 
    Miss Tassell Performer
(Original)
 
    The Late Comer Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - This Year of Grace This Year of Grace
Nov. 7, 1928 - Mar. 23, 1929
Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - She's My Baby She's My Baby
Jan. 3, 1928 - Mar. 3, 1928
Tilly Performer
(Original)
 
Oh, Please
Dec. 17, 1926 - Feb. 26, 1927
Lily Valli Performer
(Original)
 
Charlot Revue
Nov. 10, 1925 - Mar. 6, 1926
Madame Wanda Allova Performer
(Original)
 
    The Maid Performer
(Original)
 
    "How D'You Do?" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Mouse" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    "Susannah's Squeaking Shoes" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    Baby Boy Performer
(Original)
 
Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924
Jan. 9, 1924 - Sep. 20, 1924
Performer
(Original)
 
 

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Awards


Outer Critics Circle

Year Category Production Winner/Nominee
1964 Special Award Winner

Tony Award

Year Category Production Winner/Nominee
1964 Actress in a Musical High Spirits Nominee
1958 Actress in a Musical Ziegfeld Follies of 1957 Nominee
1953 Special Award An Evening with Beatrice Lillie Winner
 
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