Ethel Smith was born on Nov 22, 1902 in USA. Ethel Smith's big-screen debut came with Bathing Beauty directed by George Sidney in 1944.
Ethel Smith graduated from Carnegie Tech, having majored in piano. She got a job as an organist in California, and then went to Rio de Janeiro for a four-week booking. She returned to the United States during WWII, and "Tico Tico" ("Tico Tico no Fubá", the Brazilian title) became a major hit in New York and across the country. She was asked to appear in several films, and made enough money to live well. She eventually concentrated more on acting, appearing in a number of plays. She did not have any children and died following a progressive illness.
BirthdayNov 22, 1902
Place of BirthPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Movies & TV Shows
as Blowsy Lady at Pinball Machine (uncredited)6.1
as An' Effel5.2
soundtrack, actress, music department
as self - Organist6.2
as Organ Player6.3
as Ethel Smith - Organ Player6.1
as Hit Parade Swing Organist5.7
as Ethel Smith - Music Teacher6.4