Goldie was born on 26
December 1899 in London, England [family member states
that Goldie's birthday was
Jan. 31, 1896, and that she
was born in Whitechapel, London, England- ed.]
father was a prompter in a Yiddish theatre. She studied
at school until the age of eight after which she began
to play in children’s roles with Adler, making her
debut as “Benjamin’s child” in Libin’s “Broken Hearts”.
In 1908 she came to
America with her family, where she came into contact
with the Yiddish theatre. Her first adult role was
with Moshkovitsh in Kornblit’s “Too Late”. Since then
she had the opportunity to act with Kessler, Adler, Bessie Thomashefsky, Max
Rosenthal and Satz. From 1926-30 she played with Gabel;
from 1930-31 at the Folks Theatre (with German), from
1931-32 at the Public Theatre (with Satz and
Thomashefsky); from 1932-33 at the Liberty (with German) and
at the National Theatre (with Goldenburg).
L. is the wife of the actor
Irving Grossman. Her sister Fannie and brother Dave
acted on the Yiddish stage.
M. E. and M. E.
from Fannie Lubritsky.
M. Osherowitz –
Girl-brides in life, children on stage, “Forward”, N.Y.,
14 January, 1921.
Frumkin -- The children’s roles on the Yiddish stage, “Morning
N.Y., 7 December 1928.