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Beatrice Kay Biography (1907-1986)
Born Hannah Beatrice Kuper (performed as Honey Kuper and Honey Day), April 21, 1907, in New York, NY; died of complications developing from a previous stroke in North Hollywood, CA, November 8, 1986; married: four times (all endingin divorce).
CTFT learned that Beatrice Kay ran her own guest ranch outside Reno, NV, called the Lazy B.K., which attracted many showbusiness personalities in the 1950's.
- actress, singer
- Birth Details
- April 21, 1907
- New York, New York, United States
- Death Details
- November 8, 1986
- North Hollywood, California, United States
- STAGE DEBUT--Title role, Little Lord Fauntleroy, McCauley Stock Company,Louisville, KY.
Credits;PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Singer, Diamond Horseshoe Club, New York City.
- Mayfair Music Hall, Santa Monica, CA.
- Also appeared as a singer in most of the major clubs in the U.S.
- and was one of the first headliners to play Las Vegas, NV; also appearedat the Moulin Rouge in Paris.
- Australian and European cities.
Credits;PRINCIPAL FILM WORK
- Double for Madge Evans in many silent films at Fort Lee, NJ, Studios.
- Sweet Adelaine, Gotham, 1935.
- Diamond Horseshoe, 1945.
- Underworld, U.S.A., Columbia, 1961.
Credits;PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; EPISODIC
- Bonanza, NBC.
- Hawaiian Eye, ABC.
- Also appeared with Rosemary Clooney, Milton Berle and many others.
- Twelve albums for Columbia and RCA including Mention My Name in Sheboyganfor Columbia.
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