Cecil Cunningham was an American film and stage actress. She started her working life as a switchboard operator in a commerce bank and did some sittings as a photographer's model. Her first show business job was in the chorus line of 'Mademoiselle Modiste' at the age of eighteen. Cunningham trained as a singer and appeared on stage in 'Iolanthe' and 'Parsifal'. She worked as a vaudeville comedienne at the Palace in New York till commencement of her movie career in 1929. Cunningham was a Hollywood character actress with whitish hair cut like a man's, often in roles as a general "know-it-all. " She appeared in more than 80 movies between 1929 and 1946. Her remains are interred in Chapel of the Pines Crematory
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Born 1888-08-02 (133 years ago) in St. Louis. Dead 1959-04-17 (70 years).
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