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  1. On February 1, 1959, Madame Sul-Te-Wan died after suffering a stroke at the age of 85 at the Motion Picture Actors' Home in Woodland Hills, California. She was interred at the Pierce Brothers' Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California. Legacy and honors

  2. Madame Sul-Te-Wan, Actress born Madame Sul-T-Wan Madame Sul-Te-Wan, a Black actress, was born on this date in 1873. Born in Louisville, KY, her real name was Nellie Conley. Young Conley helped her widowed mother, a washerwoman who worked for actresses. She delivered laundry to stars at the stage door and was often allowed inside to see the shows.

  3. 09/06/2020 · Madame Sul-Te-Wan was born on September 12, 1873 as Nellie Conley in Louisville, Kentucky where her widowed mother worked as a laundress. Madame Sul-Te-Wan was a pioneering stage and film actress who became one of the most prominent black performers in Hollywood during the silent film era.

  4. Madame Sul-Te-Wan , actriz estadounidense (m. 1959) Madame Sul-Te-Wan (nacida como Nellie Crawford; 7 de marzo de 1873 - 1 de febrero de 1959) fue la primera actriz negra en firmar un contrato cinematográfico y ser una actriz destacada. Fue una actriz de teatro, cine y televisión estadounidense durante más de 50 años.

  5. Madame Sul-Te-Wan , actriz estadounidense (n. 1873) Madame Sul-Te-Wan (nacida como Nellie Crawford; 7 de marzo de 1873 - 1 de febrero de 1959) fue la primera actriz negra en firmar un contrato cinematográfico y ser una actriz destacada. Fue una actriz de teatro, cine y televisión estadounidense durante más de 50 años.

  6. On February 1, 1959, Madame Sul-Te-Wan died after suffering a stroke at the age of 85 at the Motion Picture Actors' Home in Woodland Hills, California. She was interred at the Pierce Brothers' Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California. Sul-Te-Wan was inducted in the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame in 1986.

  7. Madame Sul-Te-Wan was born in 1873 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA as Nellie Conley. She was an actress, known for King of the Zombies (1941), In Old Chicago (1937) and Tarzan and the Trappers (1958). She was married to Robert Reed Conley. She died on February 1, 1959 in Hollywood, California, USA. She was 5' 6" (1.68 m)