America s greatest character actor, according to United Artists, MGM, and Paramount, was actually born Beulah Bondi at a time when there was war all over the world. Beulah was an orphan whose father was dead. She was saved by her cousin, Beeka, who took care of her as her own daughter. Beeka taught her how to sing, by teaching her the words to the French language. She became an accomplished singer, composer, and actress during the late portion of the 1800’s.
Beulah spent three years traveling through Africa, playing the role of a street girl in several local theaters. One of these was “Banquilette” in Kenya. Beulah also appeared in “The Bad Sister” as a local schoolgirl who falls for an agent of the theatre company. She then went on to appear in “Monsieur Love” as an actress in London. Her acting career spanned four decades in which she appeared in Broadway plays, movies in Hollywood, as well as a stage appearance in “A Raisin in Paris”. Then, in 1900, she became the first woman to appear in “Lawrence of Arabia” in the lead role.
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Beulah would end up having a long acting career in movies, musicals, as well as television. But her most memorable role would be as the nefarious Nelly in the animated film “Alice in Wonderland”. Beulah played the malicious character for a series of two seasons, and the third and most successful season saw her return as Nelly in the Tim Burton film “Alice in Wonderland”. Not only was Beulah successful in this film, but she also had a long career in Hollywood.
Beulah’s most famous role would be in the acclaimed novel “A Raisin in Paris” by John Steinbeck. Beulah would play the role of Nelly, who, like the character in the book, is an exotic dancer for the French establishment. Beulah spent a great deal of time in Hollywood, playing a variety of different characters in a plethora of different films. Many of these films, including “Lucky Number Slevin”, “For what it’s worth”, “Manic Woman II”, “The Biggest Loser” and “Million Dollar Baby”, is among her best roles. She even appeared in a remake of the old western “Bonanza” as well as the biopic of the same name.
Beulah also has a long standing of performing in Washington, D.C. as well as New York City as a member of the casting ensemble of “All Together” as well as “eds.” She also made a few guest appearances on Broadway, playing the role of herself in “Hamlet” and “My Fair Lady”. Beulah wears many different outfits in her appearances in Hollywood, ranging from gowns and suits to sexy pants suits with plunging necklines. It has been said that she prefers pants suits with plunging necklines to give the appearance of her having her breasts pushed out. Beulah’s love life in Hollywood is somewhat of a mystery, however she was married to Richard Simmons from the mid eighties until he passed away in 1996.
Beulah Bondi has also spent a good deal of time in Washington, D.C. as a member of the Roosevelt administration, where she was active in supporting the construction of the Hoover Dam. While at the academy, Beulah was also an active member of the Screen Actors Guild. In recognition of her outstanding performance in both of her Broadway shows “Beulah’s Boiled Peas” and “Hair of the Gods”, she was nominated for a Theatre World Award for her performance. Beulah is presently a proud mother of three children.