Currently, people have been curious about the Wikipedia biography of Lota Cheek after a picture of her went viral. Here is everything to know about her.
Lota Cheek was a Beauty queen in the 1920s whose profile has re-emerged in the media. Recently one of her pictures went viral on Twitter and Reddit.
Lota Cheek Wikipedia Biography
The Beauty Queen Lota Cheek was born on August 1898 in Pavo, Thomas, Georgia, United States. She is the daughter of Leon Blakely Cheek( father) and Nannie Cheek ( mother).
Lota became a sensation in America after winning the NYC beauty contest in 1922. She was announced as the prettiest girl in America. Furthermore, several newspapers made headlines complimenting her beauty.
Her name is Lota Cheek.
Her career was severely damaged when she was named in a divorce case. pic.twitter.com/vi0dwdSx5U
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She then began her career as an actress. In addition, she was quite a successful Television star as well. However, her fame started disappearing after she was involved in a scandalous divorce case.
Lota Cheek Husband Revealed
The actress Lota Cheek was married more than once, as sources claim. She married a total of 4 men from 1916 to 1924.
Her first husband was Robert Platt Stout with whom she tied the marital knot in 1916. She married her second husband F.L. Simmons. Her second marriage became the reason she lost her popularity and fame.
It was unknown that Simmons was still married to his previous wife. And after she gave him a divorce it became headlined as a scandalous divorce.
Moreover, her third and fourth husbands were Mr. Sanders and Harry Tyrell Davis simultaneously.
Lota Cheek yes her real name. Won a beauty contest as America’s prettiest girl in 1921. Married 4 times and once to a man she unwittingly was a bigamist. pic.twitter.com/JDoVuJ3GqU
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Her Husband Harry Tyrell Davis
Lota Cheek’s fourth and last husband Harry Tyrell Davis was a popular British actor. He played in 38 movies throughout his career.
Some of his best movies were Strictly Unconventional (1930), Let Us Be Gay (1930), and Under Proof (1936).