Eleanor Robson Belmont (13 December 1879 – 24 October 1979) was an English actress and prominent public figure in the United States. George Bernard Shaw wrote Major Barbara for her, but contractual problems prevented her from playing the role. Mrs. Belmont was involved in the Metropolitan Opera Association as the first woman on the Board of Directors, and she founded the Metropolitan Opera Guild.
|The Case of the Black Parrot||1941||play "In the Next Room" - as Eleanor Robeson Belmont|
|In the Next Room||1930||play|
|A Gentleman of France||1905||Short|
|Society Day at Piping Rock||1913||Documentary short||Herself (as Mrs. August Belmont)|
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|1||Founded the Metropolitan Opera Guild.|
|2||As Eleanor Robson, spent 10 years on the stage; retired when she married.|
|3||Mother was actress Madge Carr Cook.|
|4||First woman on Board of Directors of Metropolitan Opera Association (1933).|
|5||George Bernard Shaw wrote "Major Barbara" for her, but contractual problems prevented her from playing the role.|
|1||A private railroad car is not an acquired taste. One takes to it immediately.|
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