Rosalie Lincoln (Rosa Lee Lincoln)
BiographySan Antonio, Texas, USA
Rosalee Lincoln was one of the most beautiful dancers/actresses of the West Coast in the 1930's. She enjoyed popularity dancing at some of the most premier African American nightclubs in California, such as The Cotton Club. Her beauty, shapely figure, charm, beautiful-dimpled smile, and sexy dancing talent made her one of the most popular in her time, often featured in African American newspapers, and her beauty gained her entry into movies making her one of the first African American women in films. Read more... and beauty. She appeared in quite a few un-stereotypical roles, such as in "The Garden of Allah" as a dancing oasis girl, starring Marlene Dietrich. She danced in a sexy Cotton Club number in the film "Vogues of 1938" and starred with the first black cowboy Herb Jeffries in "Two Gun Man From Harlem" as the sexy dancing Dolores. Rosalee Lincoln also worked as a saleslady in a clothing store in California, but she came out of retirement to appear in Lena Horne's and Bill Bojangles Robinson's "Stormy Weather" as a dancer.