Tree, Dorothy (1906–1992)

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Tree, Dorothy (1906–1992)

American stage and screen actress. Born Dorothy Estelle Triebitz, May 21, 1906, in Brooklyn, NY; died Feb 13, 1992, in Englewood, NJ.

Featured player on Broadway and in films; made film debut in Husband's Holiday (1931), followed by The Man with Two Faces, The Case of the Howling Dog, Madame DuBarry, The Woman in Red, A Night at the Ritz, The Great Garrick, Trade Winds, Zaza, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Knute Rockne All American, and The Asphalt Jungle, among others; was a founding member of the Screen Actor's Guild; became a voice teacher and wrote a guide for public speaking, A Woman's Voice.

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