Definition of Lynn Fontanne
1. Noun. United States actress (born in England) who married Alfred Lunt and performed with him in many plays (1887-1983).
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Literary usage of Lynn Fontanne
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1. Out There: A Dramatic Composition in Three Parts by John Hartley Manners (1918)
"... March 27th, 1917, with the following cast: PART I INSPIRATION A room in a lodging house during the autumn of 1915 " Princess " Lizzie Miss Lynn Fontanne ..."
2. Longer Plays by Modern Authors [American] by Helen Louise Cohen (1922)
"... the manager, needed a comedy for Lynn Fontanne, Ellen Terry's charming pupil. Mr. Tyler invited George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly to write a play for ..."