Auriol Lee Death
Auriol passed away on July 2, 1941 at the age of 60 in Hutchinson, Kansas, USA. Auriol's cause of death was automobile accident.
When did Auriol Lee die?July 2, 1941
How did Auriol Lee die? What was the cause of death?Automobile accident
How old was Auriol Lee when died?60
Where did Auriol Lee die? What was the location of death?Hutchinson, Kansas, USA
Auriol Lee Birthday and Date of Death
Auriol Lee was born on September 13, 1880 and died on July 2, 1941. Auriol was 60 years old at the time of death.
Birthday: September 13, 1880
Date of Death: July 2, 1941
Age at Death: 60
Is Auriol Lee's father, Robert Lee, dead or alive?
Auriol Lee's father, Robert Lee, is still alive and kicking at the age of 64. He is British and has had a career as a narrator, voice actor.
Is Auriol Lee's mother, Katie Lee, dead or alive?
Auriol Lee's mother, Katie Lee, is still alive and kicking at the age of 40. She is American and has had a career as a chef, tv food critic, author.
Auriol Lee - Biography
Auriol Lee was a popular British stage actress who became a successful West End and Broadway theatrical producer and director. She was born in London’s St. George district, the daughter of Katie and Robert Lee. Auriol Lee’s father was a medical doctor who, according to her New York Times obituary, was a distant relative of Robert E. Lee. Auriol was educated both in England and at schools in Europe where she also received her training for the stage at La Monnaie in Brussels before making her London debut at around the age of twenty.
Auriol was married to British film actor Frederick Lloyd for ten years before divorcing in 1922. Around this time she took an interest in aviation and became the first woman pilot to cross the Equator while flying over Africa. She was also once awarded a prize for flying 1,000 miles across the Mediterranean Sea.
Auriol Lee was killed in an automobile accident in or near Hutchinson, Kansas, on 2 July 1941.
She was returning to New York from Hollywood where she had gone to play the writer Isobel Sedbusk in Alfred Hitchcock's film Suspicion and pay Van Druten a visit at his Southern California ranch. She had once told Van Druten that she wanted to be buried where she died and as she wished was interred at Fairlawn Burial Park in Hutchinson. At the time of Auriol’s death, her only close relatives were a sister and a niece, actress Virginia Field.