Lucille Ball

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Lucille Désirée Ball was an American actress, comedienne, model, entertainment studio executive and producer. She was the star of the self-produced sitcoms I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy, and Life with Lucy, as well as comedy television specials aired under the title The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour.

Lucille Désirée Ball was an American actress, comedienne, model, entertainment studio executive and producer. She was the star of the self-produced sitcoms I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy, and Life with Lucy, as well as comedy television specials aired under the title The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour.

Birth Name

Lucille Désirée Ball

Born

Sunday, 06 August 1911

Died

Wednesday, 26 April 1989

Actress Filmography

My Darling Vivian Self (archive footage) 2020
I Love Lucy: A Colorized Celebration Lucy (archive footage) 2019
78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene Herself (archive footage) 2017
The Fabulous Allan Carr Herself (archive footage) 2017
The History of Comedy Self (archive footage) 2017
The Latin Explosion: A New America Herself - Actress (archive footage) 2015
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration Lucy Ricardo / I Love Lucy (archive footage) 2015
Glad All Over: The Dave Clark Five and Beyond Herself (archive footage) 2014
The Sixties Herself - Emmy Awards Presenter 2013
Celebrity Page Herself (archive footage), Self (archive footage) 2013
(see additional filmography)

Actress Filmography

My Darling Vivian Self (archive footage) 2020
I Love Lucy: A Colorized Celebration Lucy (archive footage) 2019
78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene Herself (archive footage) 2017
The Fabulous Allan Carr Herself (archive footage) 2017
The History of Comedy Self (archive footage) 2017
The Latin Explosion: A New America Herself - Actress (archive footage) 2015
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration Lucy Ricardo / I Love Lucy (archive footage) 2015
Glad All Over: The Dave Clark Five and Beyond Herself (archive footage) 2014
The Sixties Herself - Emmy Awards Presenter 2013
Celebrity Page Herself (archive footage), Self (archive footage) 2013
10 Things You Don't Know About Herself (archive footage) 2012
Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Herself 2009
Pioneers of Television Herself (archive footage), Lucy Ricardo - I Love Lucy (archive footage), Lucy Ricardo (archive footage) / Lucy Ricardo 2008
Hollywood Couples Herself (archive footage) 2006
The Last Mogul Herself 2005
Naked Science Herself 2004
TV Land Moguls Herself 2004
TV in Black: The First Fifty Years (archive footage) 2004
MythBusters Herself 2003
Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star Herself (archive footage) 2002
The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender Herself (archive footage) 1997
E! True Hollywood Story Herself 1996
That's Entertainment! III (archive footage) 1994
Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie Herself 1993
Murphy Brown Self / opening credits (archive footage) 1988
Inside Edition Herself - I Love Lucy, Herself 1988
American Experience Herself (archive footage) 1988
Entertaining the Troops Herself (archive footage) 1988
Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story Herself 1987
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood Herself 1987
Life with Lucy Lucy Barker 1986
American Masters Self (archive footage), Herself (archive footage) 1986
Stone Pillow Florabelle 1985
Super Password Herself - Celebrity Contestant, Herself 1984
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage Herself (archive footage) 1983
Frontline Herself (archive footage) 1983
Showbiz Goes To War (archive footage) 1982
Entertainment Tonight Herself 1981
Lucy Moves to NBC Herself-now a producer for NBC 1980
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour Herself 1979
Three's Company Herself 1976
Lucy Calls the President Lucy Whittaker 1977
The Barbara Walters Summer Special Herself 1976
Van Dyke and Company Herself 1976
What Now, Catherine Curtis? Catherine Curtis 1976
The Practice Matilda Morrison 1976
Gypsy In My Soul Herself 1976
Three for Two Rita / Sally / Pauline 1975
Donny and Marie Herself 1975
The Dick Cavett Show Herself - Guest 1975
Lucy Gets Lucky Lucy Collins 1975
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye Norma Michaels 1974
Dinah! Herself - Guest 1974
Mame Mame Dennis 1974
Jack Paar Tonite Herself 1973
The Pearl Bailey Show Herself 1971
Make Room for Granddaddy Lucy Carter 1970
Flip Herself 1970
Swing Out, Sweet Land Statue of Liberty (voice) 1970
Garroway Herself 1969
The David Frost Show Herself - Guest 1969
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour Herself 1969
Here's Lucy Lucy Carter, Lucille Carter 1968
Yours, Mine And Ours Helen North Beardsley 1968
The Carol Burnett Show Herself 1967
A Guide for the Married Man Technical Adviser (Mrs. Joe X) 1967
Lucy in London Lucy Carmichael 1966
The Jackie Gleason Show Herself 1966
The Milton Berle Show Herself 1966
The Dean Martin Show Herself - Guest, Herself - Cameo 1965
The Steve Lawrence Show Herself 1965
The Big Parade of Comedy Julie Hampton in 'Meet the People' (archive footage) 1964
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Blakely 1964
Hollywood and the Stars Herself (archive footage) 1963
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Herself 1963
The Danny Kaye Show Herself - Guest 1963
General Foods Opening Night Herself 1963
The Greatest Show on Earth Kate Reynolds 1963
Hollywood Without Make-Up Herself (archive footage) 1963
Critic's Choice Angela Ballantine 1963
The Lucy Show Lucy Carmichael 1962
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Herself - Guest, Herself 1962
The Merv Griffin Show Herself 1962
The Mike Douglas Show Herself - Comedienne, Herself 1961
Password Herself - Celebrity Contestant, Panelist - Celebrity Contestant 1961
The Facts of Life Kitty Weaver 1960
Sunday Showcase Herself, Lucy Ricardo 1959
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse Herself, Kitty Williams 1958
The Ann Sothern Show Lucy Ricardo 1958
The Garry Moore Show Herself - Guest 1958
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Lucy Ricardo 1957
The Jack Paar Tonight Show Herself 1957
Forever, Darling Susan Vega 1956
Lucy's Really Lost Moments Lucy Ricardo 1956
The Phil Silvers Show Fainting Fan 1955
The Long, Long Trailer Tacy Collini 1954
The Danny Thomas Show Lucy Ricardo 1953
I Love Lucy Lucy Ricardo 1953
The Bob Hope Show Herself - Guest, Herself 1950
The Magic Carpet Princess Narah 1951
I Love Lucy Lucy Ricardo 1951
The Jack Benny Program Herself 1950
All Star Revue Herself - Guest Comedic Actress 1950
The Fuller Brush Girl Sally Elliot 1950
Fancy Pants Agatha Floud 1950
A Woman of Distinction Lucille Ball-Cameo Appearance (uncredited) 1950
What's My Line? Herself - Mystery Guest 1950
The Ken Murray Show Herself 1950
Easy Living Anne 1949
Inside U.S.A. with Chevrolet Herself 1949
The Ed Wynn Show Herself - Guest 1949
Miss Grant Takes Richmond Ellen Grant 1949
Sorrowful Jones Gladys O'Neill 1949
The Ed Sullivan Show Herself, Herself - Actress, Herself - Elephant Rider, Herself - Singer 1948
The Milton Berle Show Herself - Actress 1948
Her Husband's Affairs Margaret Weldon 1947
Lured Sandra Carpenter 1947
Easy To Wed Gladys Benton 1946
Lover Come Back Kay Williams 1946
Two Smart People Ricki Woodner 1946
The Dark Corner Kathleen Stewart 1946
Ziegfeld Follies Lucille Ball ('Here's to the Ladies') 1946
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood Lucille Ball (uncredited) 1945
Without Love Kitty Trimble 1945
Meet The People Julie Hampton 1944
Best Foot Forward Lucille Ball 1943
Du Barry Was A Lady Madame Du Barry 1943
Thousands Cheer Lucille Ball 1943
Seven Days' Leave Terry Havalok-Allen 1942
The Big Street Gloria Lyons 1942
Valley of the Sun Christine Larson 1942
Look Who's Laughing Julie Patterson 1941
A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob 'Spindle' Duncan 1941
Too Many Girls Connie Casey 1940
Dance, Girl, Dance Bubbles 1940
You Can't Fool Your Wife Mercedes Vasquez 1940
The Marines Fly High Joan Grant 1940
That's Right - You're Wrong Sandra Sand 1939
Five Came Back Peggy Nolan 1939
Panama Lady Lucy 1939
Twelve Crowded Hours Paula Sanders 1939
Beauty For The Asking Jean Russell 1939
Next Time I Marry Nancy Crocker Fleming 1938
Annabel Takes a Tour Annabel Allison 1938
Room Service Christine Marlowe 1938
The Affairs of Annabel Annabel Allison 1938
Having Wonderful Time Miriam 1938
Joy of Living Salina Pine 1938
Go Chase Yourself Carol Meeley 1938
Stage Door Judith 1937
There Goes My Girl (scenes deleted) 1937
Don't Tell the Wife Ann 'Annie' Howell 1937
That Girl From Paris Claire 'Clair' Williams 1937
Winterset Girl (uncredited) 1936
One Live Ghost Maxine 1936
Dummy Ache The Actress 1936
Swing It Mary (uncredited) 1936
Bunker Bean Rosie Kelly 1936
Follow The Fleet Kitty Collins 1936
Muss 'em Up Departing Train Passenger (uncredited) 1936
Chatterbox Lillian Temple 1936
Foolish Hearts Hat Check Girl 1935
I Dream Too Much Gwendolyn Dilley 1935
The Three Musketeers Minor Role 1935
Top Hat Flower Clerk 1935
Old Man Rhythm College Girl 1935
A Night at the Biltmore Bowl Lucille Ball 1935
Hooray for Love Chorine (uncredited) 1935
I'll Love You Always Lucille (uncredited) 1935
Roberta Fashion Model (uncredited) 1935
The Whole Town's Talking Bank Employee (uncredited) 1935
Carnival Nurse 1935
His Old Flame 1935
Behind the Evidence Secretary (uncredited) 1935
Broadway Bill Blonde Telephone Operator (uncredited) 1934
Fugitive Lady Beauty Operator (uncredited) 1934
Three Little Pigskins Daisy Simms 1934
Men of the Night Peggy (uncredited) 1934
Perfectly Mismated 1934
Kid Millions Goldwyn Girl (uncredited) 1934
The Affairs of Cellini Lady-in-Waiting 1934
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back Girl (uncredited) 1934
Murder At The Vanities Earl Carroll Girl (uncredited) 1934
Bottoms Up Chorine (uncredited) 1934
Hold That Girl Girl (uncredited) 1934
Nana Chorus Girl (uncredited) 1934
Moulin Rouge Show Girl (uncredited) 1934
Roman Scandals Goldwyn Girl (uncredited) 1933
Blood Money Davy's Girlfriend at Racetrack (uncredited) 1933
Broadway Thru a Keyhole Chorine / Girl at the Beach 1933
The Bowery Blonde (uncredited) 1933
Bulldog Drummond Extra 1929

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Producer Filmography

1975 Golden Globe Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1969 Golden Globe Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1968 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Female Nominated
1968 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1967 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead) Nominated
1961 Golden Globe Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1958 Emmy Best Continuing Performance (Female) in a Series by a Comedienne, Singer, Hostess, Dancer, M.C., Announcer, Narrator, Panelist, or any Person who Essentially Plays Herself Nominated
1957 Emmy Best Continuing Performance by a Comedienne in a Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actress - Continuing Performance Won
1955 Emmy Best Actress Starring in a Regular Series Nominated
1954 Emmy Best Female Star of Regular Series Nominated
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