Famous People Named Edith
Take a look at famous people named Edith, such as Edith Sitwell, Edith Head, and Edith Roosevelt.
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profile name: Edith Piaf profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Edith Ewing Beale profile occupation:
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profile name: Edith Wharton profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Norma Shearer profile occupation: Film Actress
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profile name: Edith Roosevelt profile occupation: U.S. First Lady
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profile name: Edith Wilson profile occupation: U.S. First Lady
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