Phyllis Monkman as a teenager, in a butterfly dance costume, from 1908 publication.
|Born||8 January 1892|
|Died||2 December 1976|
London, United Kingdom
|Other names||Phyllis Ida Harrison|
|Years active||1913-1949 (film)|
In the early years of her career, she was often partnered on stage by Jack Buchanan and appeared in the silent film Her Heritage with him in 1919. She was also prominent in the cast of the revue The Co-Optimists and reprised her role in the film adaptation. After this point she was increasingly confined to supporting character parts. She was romantically linked to George VI.
- Moore p.56
- James Ross Moore. Andre Charlot: The Genius of Intimate Musical Revue. McFarland, 2005.
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