Adele Astaire

  • Performer

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Adele Astaire was an American dancer and entertainer who is best known for her work as a dance partner with her brother, Fred Astaire. Born on September 10, 1896, in Omaha, Nebraska, Adele began her career in vaudeville with her brother when they were children. Adele and Fred Astaire became a popular dance team in the 1910s and 1920s, performing in a number of Broadway musicals, including "The Passing Show of 1918," "For Goodness' Sake," and "Lady, Be Good!" Adele was noted for her charm, wit, and grace on stage, and her partnership with her brother was considered one of the greatest in the history of American entertainment. Despite her success, Adele retired from performing in 1932 after marrying British aristocrat Lord Charles Cavendish. She continued to be involved in the arts, however, and was a noted patron of the ballet and the theatre. She also remained close to her brother throughout her life, and the two continued to collaborate on various projects even after her retirement. Adele Astaire is remembered as one of the greatest performers of the early 20th century and a trailblazer for women in the world of entertainment. Her talent, charm, and grace on stage continue to inspire and captivate audiences today.}

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Personal Info

Birth Date: September 10, 1896
Birth Location: Omaha, NE
Death Date: January 25, 1981
Death Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Cause of Death: stroke

Stage & Film

Performance

The Band Wagon
Original Broadway Production (1931)
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  • Star Performer
  • Breeze, Their Daughter
  • Ivy Meredith
Funny Face
London Production (1928)
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  • Frank Wynne
Funny Face
Original Broadway Production (1927)
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  • Frankie
Lady, Be Good!
London Production (1926)
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  • Performer
Lady, Be Good!
National Tour (1925)
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  • Susie Trevor
Lady, Be Good!
Original Broadway Production (1924)
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  • Susie Trevor
The Bunch and Judy
Original Broadway Production (1922)
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  • Judy Jordan / Paulina
Apple Blossoms
Original Broadway Production (1919)
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  • Molly
The Passing Show of 1918
Original Broadway Production (1918)
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  • Principal Performer

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Performance

Funny Face
Reconstruction (8888)
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  • Cast
The Band Wagon
Original Broadway Cast Members (1931)
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  • Cast
Funny Face
Original London Cast (1928)
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  • Frankie
Lady, Be Good!
Archival Reconstruction (1926)
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  • Performer

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Adele Astaire was an American dancer and entertainer who is best known for her work as a dance partner with her brother, Fred Astaire. Born on September 10, 1896, in Omaha, Nebraska, Adele began her career in vaudeville with her brother when they were children. Adele and Fred Astaire became a popular dance team in the 1910s and 1920s, performing in a number of Broadway musicals, including "The Passing Show of 1918," "For Goodness' Sake," and "Lady, Be Good!" Adele was noted for her charm, wit, and grace on stage, and her partnership with her brother was considered one of the greatest in the history of American entertainment. Despite her success, Adele retired from performing in 1932 after marrying British aristocrat Lord Charles Cavendish. She continued to be involved in the arts, however, and was a noted patron of the ballet and the theatre. She also remained close to her brother throughout her life, and the two continued to collaborate on various projects even after her retirement. Adele Astaire is remembered as one of the greatest performers of the early 20th century and a trailblazer for women in the world of entertainment. Her talent, charm, and grace on stage continue to inspire and captivate audiences today.}

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Personal Info

Birth Date: September 10, 1896
Birth Location: Omaha, NE
Death Date: January 25, 1981
Death Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Cause of Death: stroke

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Marriage & Family

Spouses/Partners

  • Lord Charles Cavendish (Husband)
    5/9/1932 - 3/23/1944; annulled; 3 children
  • Kingman Douglass (Husband)
    4/20/1947 - 1971; his death

Family

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