Bradley, Lillian Trimble (1875–?)

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Bradley, Lillian Trimble (1875–?)

American playwright and director. Name variations: Mrs. Trimble Bradley. Born 1875 in Milton, Kentucky; death date unknown; m. George H. Broadhurst (1866–1952, producer, writer, lyricist, director).

Wrote Mr. Myd's Mystery (1915) and The Wonderful Thing (1920); with husband, wrote The Red Falcon, Izzy and The Woman on the Index; produced and sometimes staged several plays written by husband and others, including Wild Oats Lane, The Elton Case, Tarzan of the Apes, The Crimson Alibi and Keep It to Yourself.