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Martha Raye

Martha RayeAKA Margaret Teresa Yvonne Reed

Born: 27-Aug-1916
Birthplace: Butte, MT
Died: 19-Oct-1994
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA [1]
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Fort Bragg Main Post Cemetery, Fort Bragg, NC

Gender: Female
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Monsieur Verdoux

[1] Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA.

Husband: Bud Westmore (makeup artist, m. 30-May-1937, div. Aug-1937)
Husband: David Rose (composer, m. 8-Oct-1938, div. 19-May-1941)
Husband: Neal Lang (m. 25-Jun-1941, div. 3-Feb-1944)
Husband: Nick Condos (m. Mar-1944, div. 17-Jun-1953, one daughter)
Husband: Edward Begley (m. 21-Apr-1954, div. 6-Oct-1956)
Husband: Robert O'Shea (m. 7-Nov-1956, div. 1962)
Husband: Mark Harris (m. 25-Sep-1991, until her death)
Daughter: Melodye Raye Condos (b. 26-Jul-1944, with Nick Condos)

    Endorsement of Polident denture cleaner
Friars Club honorary member
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6547 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6251 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)
    Presidential Medal of Freedom 2-Nov-1993 by Bill Clinton
    Risk Factors: Alzheimer's, Alcoholism, Amputee

    McMillan and Wife Agatha
    Alice Carrie Sharples

    Alice in Wonderland (9-Dec-1985)
    Pippin: His Life and Times (1981)
    Skinflint: A Country Christmas Carol (18-Dec-1979)
    The Concorde: Airport '79 (17-Aug-1979) · Loretta
    The Phynx (6-May-1970)
    Pufnstuf (May-1970) · Boss Witch
    Billy Rose's Jumbo (6-Dec-1962) · Lulu
    Monsieur Verdoux (11-Apr-1947) · Annabella Bonheur
    Pin-Up Girl (25-Apr-1944)
    Four Jills in a Jeep (17-Mar-1944) · Herself
    Hellzapoppin (26-Dec-1941)
    Keep 'Em Flying (19-Nov-1941)
    Navy Blues (13-Sep-1941)
    The Boys from Syracuse (31-Jul-1940)
    The Farmer's Daughter (15-Feb-1940)
    $1000 a Touchdown (4-Oct-1939)
    Never Say Die (14-Apr-1939) · Mickey Hawkins
    Give Me a Sailor (19-Aug-1938)
    College Swing (29-Apr-1938)
    The Big Broadcast of 1938 (11-Feb-1938)
    Double or Nothing (1-Sep-1937)
    Artists & Models (4-Aug-1937)
    Waikiki Wedding (23-Mar-1937)
    College Holiday (19-Dec-1936)
    The Big Broadcast of 1937 (6-Oct-1936)
    Rhythm on the Range (1-Jul-1936)

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