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Julia Sanderson

Previous star: Duncan Renaldo

Biography

Julia Sanderson

Source: Wikipedia

Julia Sanderson (b. August 20, 1888, Springfield, Massachusetts – d. January 27, 1975, Springfield, Massachusetts) was a Broadway actress, Radio Star, and singer. Her father, Albert Sanderson, was also an acclaimed Broadway star. She was married to the ukelele singer Frank Crumit. She and Crumit had a hit radio show called the War of the Sexes. Frank Crumit also has a star in the radio category on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Fact file

  • Born: August 20, 1888
  • Died: January 27, 1975 (Aged 86)

Read more about Julia Sanderson at Wikipedia or at the Internet Movie Database

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PLAYBILL VAULT'S Today in Theatre History: AUGUST 20
Playbill Combined , 2012-08-20 04:00:00
1884 Actress Julia Sanderson, one of musical theatre's leading ladies during the first decades of the 20th century, is born today as Julia Sackett. Shows in which she starred included The Siren (1911), Rambler Rose (1917), and Oh, Kay! (1928). Although she lived until 1975, Sanderson would leave showbiz hustle ...

Today in Theatre History: AUGUST 20
Playbill Combined , 2010-08-20 04:00:00
1884 Actress Julia Sanderson, one of musical theatre's leading ladies during the first decades of the 20th century, is born today as Julia Sackett. Shows in which she starred included The Arcadians (1910), Rambler Rose (1917), and No, No, Nanette (1925). Although she lived until 1975, Sanderson would leave showbiz ...

Today in Theatre History: AUGUST 20
Playbill Combined , 2009-08-20 04:00:00
1884 Actress Julia Sanderson, one of musical theatre's leading ladies during the first decades of the 20th century, is born today as Julia Sackett. Shows in which she starred included The Arcadians (1910), Rambler Rose (1917), and No, No, Nanette (1925). Although she lived until 1975, Sanderson would leave showbiz ...

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