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  1. Lilyan Tashman (October 23, 1896 – March 21, 1934) was an American stage, silent film, and sound film actress. Early life. Born in 1896 in Brooklyn, New York to a Jewish family, Tashman was the youngest of eight children, born to Morris Tashman, a manufacturer of children's clothes, [1] and his wife, Rose Cook Tashman.

  2. Lilyan Tashman est une actrice américaine, née le à New York ( Brooklyn ), ville elle est morte le 21 mars 1934 . Biographie. Au théâtre, Lilyan Tashman débute en 1913 à Broadway comme chorus girl, dans la comédie musicale Her Little Highness, sur une musique de Reginald De Koven.

  3. Lilyan Tashman was a popular actress in the silent and early sound era, known for her roles in The Matrimonial Bed, Camille, and The Cat Creeps. She died in 1934 at age 37 after undergoing cancer surgery and leaving a controversial will.

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  4. Naissance le 23/10/1896 - Décès le 21/03/1934. Acteurs. Biographie de Lilyan TASHMAN. D’une beauté éclatante, Lilyan Tashman, la plus jeune des dix enfants d’une famille d’émigrants juifs, voit le jour à Brooklyn, dans l’Etat de New York, le 23 octobre 1896.

  5. Lilyan Tashman. Actress: The Matrimonial Bed. Lilyan Tashman was born on October 23, 1896 in Brooklyn, New York to Rose (Cook) from Germany and Morris Tashman from Bialystock, Poland. After toying with stage work, Lilyan made her film debut with Experience (1921), followed the next year by Head Over Heels (1922) (this was at a time when some ...

  6. Lilyan Tashman. Biography: Lilyan Tashman's life dramatized the benefits of always being dressed for success. She broke into show business in 1916 by wearing a fetching frock and a stylish coif at a table at Rector's next to where Florenz Ziegfeld was dining.

  7. 25 févr. 2016 · By Richard Brody. February 25, 2016. Lilyan Tashman is the center of attention at the wild party exuberantly staged by Ernst Lubitsch in “So This Is Paris,” screening March 12 at Film Forum ...