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  1. Edith Bouvier Beale (November 7, 1917 – c. January 14, 2002), nicknamed Little Edie, was an American socialite, fashion model, and cabaret performer. She was a first cousin of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Lee Radziwill.

  2. Sep 2, 2020 · Edith Bouvier Beale found fame thanks to the Maysels' documentary, which exposed her life in the crumbling East Hampton mansion where she lived with her mother.

  3. Apr 2, 2014 · Edith Bouvier Beale ("Little Edie") was an eccentric cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. She became a cult figure and fashion icon after her appearance in the documentary 'Grey...

  4. Edith Bouvier Beale, who faded from high society to re-emerge among the seedy surroundings of a rundown Long Island mansion in the film 'Grey Gardens,' died Saturday at Southampton (L.I) Hospital at the age of 81.

  5. Jun 9, 2023 · Born in 1917 to a wealthy Manhattan family, Edie was the only daughter of Phelan Beale, a prominent New York lawyer, and Edith Bouvier Beale, a beautiful and glamorous socialite. In fact, Edith met Phelan through his work at her father’s successful law firm.

  6. Certainly, that’s what Little Edie had in mind when she titled the childhood composition book in which she wrote poetry: Edith Beale, Celebrated Poet, Author and Artist.

  7. Jan 25, 2002 · Edith Bouvier Beale, once a successful model and aspiring actress who later lived a gothic life in Grey Gardens, a dilapidated 28-room house in East Hampton, N.Y., with her mother and dozens of...

  8. Nov 20, 2022 · Edith Bouvier Beale's life took a devastating turn in 1952 when she was forced to give up her dreams of A-list success. Per House Beautiful, a Broadway producer invited the 35-year-old socialite to audition for a role that year.

  9. Aug 9, 2010 · Most people know Edith Bouvier Beale from the Maysles brothers' captivating 1975 documentary Grey Gardens, in which she and her mother bravely shared their lovably quirky daily life and unconventional values through a fascinating and complex relationship.

  10. Feb 7, 1977 · Edith Bouvier Beale, who faded from high society to re‐emerge among the seedy surroundings of a rundown Long Island mansion in the film “Grey Gardens,” died Saturday at Southampton (L.I.)...

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