Tally Brown

Aug 1, 1934


As a film actress, Tally Brown is best known for her work in early Andy Warhol films as well as those of other avant-garde filmmakers. In the early 1950s, Brown founded Miami's Fine Arts Conservatory. During the '60s and '70s, she became a popular singer in New York's "underground" hotspots such as Reno Sweeney's and the Continental Baths. In addition… More


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Silent Night, Bloody Night
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