Zelma Watson George

Zelma Watson George

American opera singer
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Zelma Watson George

Zelma Watson George (December 8, 1903 – July 3, 1994) was a well-known African-American philanthropist who was famous for being an alternate in the United Nations General Assembly and, as a headliner in Gian-Carlo Menotti's opera The Medium, the first African American to play a role that was typically played by a white actress.

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8 December 1903
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Hearne, Texas, U.S.
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3 July 1994
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