Agnes Fraser (1877-1968)

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Agnes Fraser (1877-1968)

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Some known facts:
Born 8th November 1877 - Springfield, Fife, Scotland.
Died 22nd July 1968 - London, England, UK.
Real Name Agnes Fraser Elder Fraser-Smith.
Married actor Walter Passmore.
Sister of actor Alec Fraser.

ss_scorpio cy_ox   Star Signs: Scorpio (Fire) / Year of the Ox

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Produced at The Alhambra Theatre, London.
Review from The Echo (London) - 22nd October, 1900.

Mr. Macgregor, by imparting a pleasing variety to his concerts at the Alhambra, ensures for himself on every occasion a crowded house. This year he is drawing largely on Mr. D'Oyly Carte's opera company, and last night he introduced Miss Agnes Fraser to his audience. Miss Fraser sang Goring Thomas's "Summer Night" and Planquette's "At Eventide," from "Falka." She sang delightfully, and was recalled again and again.

Mme. Belle Cole, fresh from her American tour, sang as only Mme. Belle Cole knows how to sing, and Miss Ethel Bevans gave a very sympathetic rendering of Angus Macdonald. Mr John Coates appeared to great advantage in "Lorna." The band of the Grenadier guards played with their usual acceptance.

Movie Credits (source
1937 - Meet the Boyfriend
1939 - The Women [Debutante]