August 6, 1911
April 26, 1989
5 ft 7½ in | 171 cm
35-24-35 in | 89-61-89 cm
58 kg | 128 lbs
7 US | 37.5 EU
Lucille Désirée Ball was born in Jamestown, New York, U.S., on August 6, 1911, was an American actress and comedian.
Young Lucille Ball first started her career as a model, for Hattie Carnegie in New York (1929).
She began her professional acting career as a chorus girl on Broadway.
She made her big screen debut in comedy music movie Roman Scandals (1933) in uncredited role as Goldwyn Girl.
Lucille's breakthrough performance came as comedic actress in CBS sitcom I Love Lucy (1951–1957).
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She was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress — Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her roles in movies:
Mame (1974) musical as "Auntie Mame" Dennis Burnside
The Facts of Life (1960) romantic comedy as Kitty Weaver
She won the Golden Laurel Awards for Top Female Comedy Performance for her roles in movies:
The Long Long Trailer (1953) comedy romance as Stacie Bolton-Collini
Fancy Pants (1950) romantic comedy as Agatha Floud
She was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress — Motion Picture Comedy or Musical and won the Laurel Award for Female Comedy Performance for her role as Helen North Beardsley in drama comedy film Yours Mine and Ours (1968).
Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) musical comedy as May Daly / Madame Du Barry
Without Love (1945) drama as Kitty Trimble
Room Service (1938) comedy as Christine
Lured (1947) mystery crime as Sandra Carpenter
Ziegfeld Follies (1945) musical comedy as Dancer in "Here's to the Girls"
The Dark Corner (1946) drama thriller as Kathleen
Dance Girl Dance (1940) drama romance as Bubbles
Five Came Back (1939) melodrama as Peggy Nolan
She won four Primetime Emmy Awards for CBS sitcoms: I Love Lucy (1951–1957) and The Lucy Show (1962–1968).
The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour (1957–1960) collection of thirteen black and white one hour specials
She starred in ABC sitcom Life with Lucy (1986).
Attended the John Murray Anderson School for the Dramatic Arts, in New York City.
Had English, French and Irish ancestry.
Had younger brother, Frederick Henry Ball.
She starred in 72 movies during her career.
She was awarded two Stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for Television at 6100 Hollywood Boulevard and one for Motion Picture at 6436 Hollywood Boulevard in 1960.
She received the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award in 1979.
She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1989.
She was nominated for 13 Primetime Emmy Awards.
She was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame (1984).
Her favorite film she made was The Big Street (1942).
She was the first woman to own her own movie studio.
Ball died on April 26, 1989, Beverly Hills, California, United States, at age of 77.
She dated Johnny DeVita (1926-1928).
She was married to:
Desi Arnaz (1940-1960), they had son, Desiderio Alberto Arnaz IV and daughter, Lucie Désirée Arnaz
Gary Morton (1961-1989)