Vaudeville comedienne whose nickname was The Last of the Red Hot Mamas because of her loud and boisterous performances of risqué songs.
She sang in her family's restaurant, earning money through tips.
She sang songs like "Nobody Loves a Fat Girl, But Oh How a Fat Girl Can Love" and "I Don't Want to be Thin."
She married Louis Tuck in 1903, then Frank Westphal in 1914, and then Al Lackey in 1928.
She and Louise Dresser were both vaudeville performers.