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Monica Lewis Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

MONICA LEWIS
Born: May 05, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois
Died: June 12, 2015 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California
Biography
Monica Lewis (1922-2015) was an American jazz singer and film actress who was the youngest of three children. Her father, Leon, was a pianist and composer and her mother, Jessica, was a singer with the Chicago Opera Company. Sheplayed leading roles in films of the 1950s, including Excuse My Dust (1951), Affair with a Stranger(1953) and The D. I.(1957) and supporting roles thereafter, including Airport '77 and '79. She has had recurring roles in TV series, including Shotgun Slade (1959) and The Virginian (1965-1966). Also a singer, she has released several recordings in the traditional pop and jazz genres. Lewis appeared on the very first Ed Sullivan show (1948), and was the voice of Miss Chiquita Banana for 14 years.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1985-Remington-Steele (Performer), 1978-The-Immigrants (Performer), 1977-Rollercoaster (Performer), 1977-Airport-'77 (Performer), 1968-1974-Ironside (Performer), 1972-Emergency! (Performer), 1971-Marcus-Welby,-M.D. (Performer), 1965-1968-The-Virginian (Performer), 1967-Laredo (Performer), 1961-1962-The-Tall-Man (Performer), 1961-Laramie (Performer), 1959-1960-Johnny-Staccato (Performer), 1958-Peter-Gunn (Performer), 1957-Make-Room-for-Daddy (Performer), 1954-The-Morning-Show (in person), 1951-The-Strip (in person), 2007-Jimmy-Kimmel-Live! (Performer), 1985-Stick (Performer), 1978-Actor (Performer), 1977-Quincy-M.E. (Performer), 1974-Earthquake (Performer), 1973-Charley-Varrick (Performer), 1955-1962-General-Electric-Theater (Performer), 1957-The-D.I. (Performer), 1957-The-Jackie-Gleason-Show (Performer), 1955-Appointment-with-Adventure (Performer), 1952-Everything-I-Have-Is-Yours (Performer), 1951-Excuse-My-Dust (Performer), 1978-The-Joe-Franklin-Show (in person), 1951-Red-Cross-Fund-Program (in person), 1965-Wagon-Train (Performer), 1960-Shotgun-Slade (Sound), 1971-Rod-Serling's-Night-Gallery (Performer), 1948-1953-The-Ed-Sullivan-Show (in person), 1988-Dead-Heat (Performer), 1986-Falcon-Crest (Performer), 1978-Nunzio (Performer), 1960-1961-Shotgun-Slade (Performer), 1960-Overland-Trail (Performer), 1959-Riverboat (Performer), 1957-Studio-57 (Performer), 1949-Cavalcade-of-Stars (in person), 1985-Santa-Barbara (Performer), 1983-The-Sting-II (Performer), 1982-Boxoffice (Performer), 1979-The-Concorde...-Airport-'79 (Performer), 1978-Zero-to-Sixty (Performer), 1975-Barbary-Coast (Performer), 1965-Convoy (Performer), 1964-Arrest-and-Trial (Performer), 1963-Kraft-Suspense-Theatre (Performer), 1960-The-Deputy (Performer), 1959-Tales-of-Wells-Fargo (Performer), 1959-M-Squad (Performer), 1953-Affair-with-a-Stranger (Performer), 1951-Inside-Straight (Performer), 1955-Masquerade-Party (in person), 1954-The-Blue-Angel (in person), 1952-1954-The-Milton-Berle-Show (in person), 1953-The-George-Jessel-Show (in person), 1953-The-Larry-Storch-Show (in person)
Theater Credits
Johnny-2-X-4 - Performer (March 16, 1942 - May 9, 1942)

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