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Also Known As: Died: September 20, 1958
Born: December 20, 1892 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: actor, pianist

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Yvonne Arnaud made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "Mon Oncle" (1958). In 1911, she made her stage debut as an actress in "The Quaker Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre in London. In 1922, she appeared in her first non-musical play following an injury to her vocal chords in "Tons of Money" at the Shaftesbury Theatre. In 1920, she appeared in her first film, "Desire." In 1948, she performed piano with the Hallé Orchestra under Sir John Barbirolli in Manchester. Arnaud's husband was Hugh McLellan.

Yvonne Arnaud made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "Mon Oncle" (1958). In 1911, she made her stage debut as an actress in "The Quaker Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre in London. In 1922, she appeared in her first non-musical play following an injury to her vocal chords in "Tons of Money" at the Shaftesbury Theatre. In 1920, she appeared in her first film, "Desire." In 1948, she performed piano with the Hallé Orchestra under Sir John Barbirolli in Manchester. Arnaud's husband was Hugh McLellan.

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 Mon Oncle (1958) Georgette
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Paris Conservatoire: -

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