Trixie Friganza  American Actress


If I Had My Way1940Trixie FriganzaMovie
A Star Is Born1937Mabel (uncredited)Movie
How to Undress in Front of Your Husband1937TrixieShort Film
Silks and Saddles1936Aunt Agatha BraddockMovie
Wanderer of the Wasteland1935Big JoMovie
Myrt and Marge1933Mrs. MinterMovie
Free and Easy1930MaMovie
The Unholy Three1930Lady Customer (uncredited)Movie
Estrellados1930La Duquesa, Herself (Guest Appearance at Premiere) (uncredited)Movie
Trixie Friganza in 'Strong and Willing'1930Movie
My Bag o' Trix1929Short Film
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes1928Mrs. SpoffardMovie
Thanks for the Buggy Ride1928ActressMovie
A Racing Romeo1927Aunt HattieMovie
Almost a Lady1926Mrs. ReillyMovie
Monte Carlo1926Flossie PayneMovie
The Whole Town's Talking1926Mrs. George SimmonsMovie
Proud Flesh1925Mrs. McKeeMovie
The Road to Yesterday1925Harriet TyrellMovie
The Charmer1925MamaMovie
The Coming of Amos1925Dowager Duchess of ParthMovie
The White Desert1925Movie
Borrowed Finery1925Mrs. BrownMovie
Mind Over Motor1923TishMovie
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    Trixie Friganza (November 29, 1870 – February 27, 1955), born Delia O’Callaghan, began her career as an operetta soubrette, working her way from the chorus to starring in musical comedies to having her own feature act on the vaudeville circuit....

    First Name Trixie
    Last Name Friganza
    Full Name at Birth Delia O`Callahan
    Alternative Name The Champagne Girl
    Age 84 (age at death) years
    Birthday 29th November, 1870
    Birthplace Grenola, Kansas, USA
    Died 27th February, 1955
    Cause of Death Flintridge, California, USA
    Height 5' 4½" (164 cm)
    Build Voluptuous
    Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
    Sexuality Straight
    Religion Roman Catholic
    Ethnicity White
    Nationality American
    Occupation Text Actress
    Occupation Actress
    Claim to Fame No Wedding Bells for Me
    Year(s) Active 1889–, 1923-1940
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