Felicia Montealegre

Felicia Montealegre

Born Feb 6, 1922

Felicia Cohn Montealegre was a Chilean-American stage and television actress. From 1951 until her death, she was the wife of American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.

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1922 Birth Cohn Montealegre was born on February 6, 1922 in Santiago, Metropolitan Region, Chile. … Read More


1950 28 Years Old She also appeared in several television dramas, including a 1950 dramatization of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House on Kraft Television Theatre, in which she played Nora. … Read More
1951 29 Years Old After Hart's death, she married Bernstein in 1951. … Read More


1976 54 Years Old Montealegre starred in the 1976 Broadway play Poor Murderer. … Read More
1978 56 Years Old She died of lung cancer in East Hampton, New York in 1978, aged 56.
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