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Mona Ray was an American stage and screen comedian / actress who appeared in the late 1927 silent film Uncle Tom`s Cabin as the mischievous slave Topsy (a white actress appearing in black face). During the 1930s she starred in a number of musical/comedy films; she also appeared as Mammy Yokum in the 1940 version of Lil Abner. She last appeared on the Broadway stage in 1942. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Mona Ray (January 17, 1905 â€“ July 3, 1986) was an American stage and screen comedian / actress from the late 1920s to the early 1940s. Her most famous role was an appearance in black face as the mischievous slave Topsy in the 1927 silent film Uncle Tom's Cabin. During the 1930s she starred in a number of musical/comedy films; she also appeared as Mammy Yokum in the 1940 version of Li'l Abner. She last appeared on the Broadway stage in 1942.
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Mona Ray died on 3rd July, 1986. Her last relationship was with Hugh Cummings.
During her life she dated Hugh Cummings from 1928 to 1945.
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