Comedian Fanny Brice's personal life was often a mess even though her onstage personas were all about laughter. Even as her beloved, Nick Arnstein, was in deep legal trouble, she supported him, started a family, and kept her career going.
- Preminger B. The "Jewish Nose" and Plastic Surgery: Origins and Implications. JAMA.2001;286(17):2161. doi:10.1001/jama.286.17.2161-JMS1107-5-1
- Grossman, Barbara Wallace. “Fanny Brice.” Jewish Women’s Archive. https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/brice-fanny
- Lubering, J.E. “Fanny Brice.” Encyclopedia Britannica. October 25, 2018. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Fanny-Brice
- Goldman, Herbert G. “Fanny Brice: The Original Funny Girl.” Oxford University Press. 1992.
- Katkov, Norman. “The Fabulous Fanny: The Story of Fanny Brice.” Knopf. 1953.
- Grossman, Barbara W. “Funny Woman.” Indiana University Press. 1992.
- Nash, Jay Robert. “Hustlers and Con Men.” Rowman & Littlefield. 1976.
Topics in this Podcast: women, Jewish history, biographies, comedy, entertainment history, 20th century, U.S. history, immigration, vaudeville, theater, Ziegfeld follies, Hollywood, television, film history, Music, Fanny Brice