Emilie Charlotte Le Breton Net Worth

Emilie Charlotte Le Breton Net Worth is
$1.9 Million

Emilie Charlotte Le Breton Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Lily Langtry was born on October 13, 1853 in Jersey, Channel Islands as Emilie Charlotte Le Breton. She was an actress, known for His Neighbor's Wife (1913). She was married to Sir Hugo de Bathe, Edward Langtry and Frederick Gebhardt. She died on February 12, 1929 in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Date Of BirthOctober 13, 1853
Place Of BirthJersey, Channel Islands
Star SignLibra
1Hugo de Bathe, 19 years her junior, married Lily in 1899 after originally courting her daughter.
2Once dropped a chunk of ice down the back of the Prince of Wales' (the future King Edward VII) neck. The Prince was not amused.
3Artists John Everett Millais, Edward Poynter, George Frederic Watts, Edward Burne-Jones and James McNeill Whistler painted her portrait. Oscar Wilde dedicated his poem "To Helen Formerly of Troy, Now of London" to her and wrote the play "Lady Windemere's Fan" for her.
4On the subject of her sound business judgment, she was given the rather dubious compliment of having "that rare phenomenon, a woman with a man's brain".
5She once charmed her way past the minions protecting the privacy of J.P. Morgan, just to sell him tickets to a charity affair.
6In 1881, her stage debut at the Haymarket Theatre in London was the social event of the season.
7Queen Victoria's youngest son, Prince Leopold, hung her portrait over his bed. The Queen was not amused and personally removed the offending art work.
8Daughter of the very Reverend William Corbet Le Breton, Dean of Jersey.
9Was called "the loveliest woman of her day".
10Has been portrayed twice for the TV screen by English actress Francesca Annis, in Lillie (1978) and Edward the King (1975).
11One daughter: Jeanne Marie Langtry, born March 8 1881 in Paris, France. Her father was Prince Louis von Battenberg; Jeanne Marie met him for the first time in 1914.
12Mrs. Langtry is most famous today as the object of "Hangin' Judge" Roy Bean's obsession. In court, those who had spoken kindly of her were often given leniency. Those who had disparaged her usually felt his wrath. He even hanged a few men who hadn't committed capital crimes. When a town grew up around his court in western Val Verde County, Texas, he named it "Langtry" for her. Because of this famous obsession, Mrs. Langtry is always mentioned, if not portrayed, in any book or movie in which Judge Bean is portrayed.
13In Europe, her first name was usually spelled "Lillie". In America, it was usually "Lily."

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