Beulah Quo

as Kangoro's Mother in the movie American Geisha

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Was born at 17 April 1923 in Stockton, California, USA . Died at 23 October 2002, La Mesa, California, USA (heart failure)
There is some small facts about Beulah Quo:
  • Married name was originally 'Kwoh'. Changed spelling to 'Quo' because people kept asking if the name was a radio station.
  • Children: son Stewart, daughter Mary Ellen.
  • Was teaching sociology at a community college when she heard that director 'Henry King (I)' was looking for a dialect coach for 'Jennifer Jones (I)' , who played a Eurasian in the 1955 film Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955) . The director instead hired Quo to play a small role in the film as Jones' aunt.
  • She earned a bachelor's degree in social welfare from the University of California at Berkeley, and earned a master's degree in sociology at the University of Chicago.
  • She taught in China after World War II, and with her husband and month-old son, escaped on a U.S. destroyer just as the communists took over.
  • Judged the 1982 & 1994 Miss Universe Pageants.
  • Close friend of actor George Takei.
  • Founded the Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists, as a means to promoting unbiased representation on screen of Asian/American performers. In 1965, co-founded East-West Players, an Asian-American repertory company.
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There is the list of movies, where Beulah Quo was taked part:
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1 Ada movie Ada 1961 as Wife of Chinese Restaurant Proprietor
2 Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing movie Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing 1955 as Third Aunt
3 Law & Order: Criminal Intent movie Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2001 as Cecilia Wang
4 Adam-12 movie Adam-12 1968 as Mrs. Tohito
5 American Geisha movie American Geisha 1986 as Kangoro's Mother
6 Bad Girls movie Bad Girls 1994 as Chinese Herbalist
7 Beverly Hills Madam movie Beverly Hills Madam 1986 as Lil's maid
8 Black Market Baby movie Black Market Baby 1977 as Mrs. Yamato
9 Brokedown Palace movie Brokedown Palace 1999 as Guard Velie
10 Chinatown movie Chinatown 1974 as Maid
11 Daniel and the Towers movie Daniel and the Towers 1987 as Lynn Chow
12 Flower Drum Song movie Flower Drum Song 1961 as Woman
13 Forbidden City movie Forbidden City 2001 as Mrs. Lee
14 Forbidden Nights movie Forbidden Nights 1990 as Vice Dean Yin
15 Genesis II movie Genesis II 1973 as Primus Lu-Chan
16 Girls! Girls! Girls! movie Girls! Girls! Girls! 1962 as Madam Yung
17 Gypsy movie Gypsy 1962 as Waitress
18 If Tomorrow Comes movie If Tomorrow Comes 1971 as Midori
19 Inspector Perez movie Inspector Perez 1983 as Mr.s Liu
20 Into the Night movie Into the Night 1985 as Mrs. Yakamura
21 Le palanquin des larmes movie Le palanquin des larmes 1987 as Mme Chen
22 MacArthur movie MacArthur 1977 as Ah Cheu
23 Miss Universe Pageant movie Miss Universe Pageant 1994 as Herself - Judge
24 Samurai movie Samurai 1979 as Hana Mitsubishi Cantrell
25 The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards movie The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1978 as Herself - Nominated: Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series
26 The 7th Dawn movie The 7th Dawn 1964 as Ah Ming
27 The Children of An Lac movie The Children of An Lac 1980 as Madame Ngai
28 The Immigrants movie The Immigrants 1978 as So-Toy
29 The Lady from Yesterday movie The Lady from Yesterday 1985 as Mai Ling Luong
30 The Last Survivors movie The Last Survivors 1975 as Mrs. Peters
31 The Letter movie The Letter 1982 as Ong's mother
32 The Sand Pebbles movie The Sand Pebbles 1966 as Mama Chunk
33 Two Weeks in Another Town movie Two Weeks in Another Town 1962 as Chinese Woman
34 Voyage of the Yes movie Voyage of the Yes 1973 as Native Nurse
35 Yes, Giorgio movie Yes, Giorgio 1982 as Mei Ling
36 77 Sunset Strip movie 77 Sunset Strip 1958 as Mrs. Nakayama
37 Airwolf movie Airwolf 1984 as Mae's Mother
38 Alfred Hitchcock Presents movie Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1985 as Herbalist
39 Bachelor Father movie Bachelor Father 1957 as Aunt Rose
40 Baretta movie Baretta 1975 as Mrs. Chu
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