b. 7 January 1883, London, Britain, d. 13 Sept 1945, London, Britain. Homosexual first appeared skillfully like a chorus young lady in 1903. She got a natural skill for humor and quickly became a favorite performer in London’s Western End and on tour. Among the displays where she made an appearance was The Whirligig (1919), a revue by Albert de Courville, Wal Red and Edgar Wallace, with music by Frederick Chappelle, which went for 441 shows at London’s Palace Theater. Also in the display had been Morris Harvey, Billy Leonard and Jack port Morrison. Homosexual is at Charlot’s Review (1925), where she was became a member of by Jessie Matthews, Peter Haddon, Henry Lytton Jnr., Dorothy Dickson and Edmund Gwenn, the second option later finding achievement in Hollywood, USA. She also made an appearance in Noël Coward’s London Phoning! where it dropped to Homosexual to present the melody ‘There’s Lifestyle In The Aged Girl However’. Together with her stage profession, Homosexual also made an appearance in films, initial in The Siren’s Melody, a 1915 silent. In the first 30s she acquired little parts in a small number of movies: To Oblige A FEMALE as well as the Shaming Of THE REAL, the latter a brief feature (both 1930), as well as the Old Guy (1932). Shortly following this in 1934, Homosexual retired from stage and display screen to dominate a country community home, the Northey Hands, in Container, Wiltshire. Apparently, among her theatrical close friends who seen her there is Coward who, sometimes, serve behind the club.