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Elizabeth Seal

(1933-), Actress, dancer and singer

Sitter in 7 portraits
Actress, dancer and singer. She won most promising newcomer award for her part as Gladys in the Bob Fosse choreographed The Pajama Game (1956). In the following year Seal played Esmeralda in Camino Real and Lola in Damn Yankees (both 1957). This was followed by a two year run as the title role in Irma La Douce (1958-60) on Broadway and London for which she won a Tony Award.

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Elizabeth Seal, by Paul Tanqueray - NPG x180582

Elizabeth Seal

by Paul Tanqueray
half-plate film negative, 1958
NPG x180582

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x46675

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 3 December 1959
NPG x46675

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x46676

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 15 May 1960
NPG x46676

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x46677

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 25 May 1960
NPG x46677

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x46674

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 25 May 1960
NPG x46674

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x128533

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 6 June 1972
NPG x128533

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Elizabeth Seal

by Baron Studios
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 27 March 1957
NPG x193417

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