Definition of Hayes, Helen in English:

Hayes, Helen

Syllabification: Hayes, Helen
Pronunciation: /hāz
 
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  • (1900–1993) US actress; born Helen Hayes Brown; known as the First Lady of the American Theater. Her Broadway career spanned seven decades and included Tony-winning roles in Happy Birthday (1946) and Time Remembered (1957). She also appeared in movies such as The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1932) and Airport (1970).

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