Levey, Ethel (1880–1955)

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Levey, Ethel (1880–1955)

American actress and singer. Name variations: Ethel Levey Cohan. Born Nov 22, 1880, in San Francisco, CA; died Feb 27, 1955, in NYC; m. George M. Cohan (actor, playwright, composer, manager), c. 1901 (div. 1907); m. Claude Grahame-White (div.); children: Georgette Cohan (b. 1900, actress).

Made stage debut in San Francisco in A Milk White Flag (1897); appeared for several years with Weber and Fields, then with husband George M. Cohan (1901–07), in his productions of The Governor's Son, Running for Office, and Little Johnny Jones; performed in music halls in US, England and on the Continent and in several Paris revues; had great success in London in Outcast (1914), among others.

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