Armond Fields

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Armond Fields
Born (1930-11-22)November 22, 1930
Chicago, Illinois
Died August 17, 2008(2008-08-17) (aged 77)
Culver City, California
Cause of death Colorectal cancer[1]

Armond Fields was an American market research consultant, a painter, a graphic artist, and a prolific social historian who wrote art and theater biographies.[2]


  • George Auriol (1985)
  • From the Bowery to Broadway: Lew Fields and the Roots of American Popular Theatre (1993)
  • Le Chat Noir: A Montmartre Cabaret and Its Artists in Turn-Of-The Century Paris (1994)
  • Eddie Foy: A Biography of the Early Popular Stage Comedian (1999)
  • James J. Corbett: A Biography of the Heavyweight Boxing Champion and Popular Theater Headliner (2001)
  • Fred Stone: Circus Performer and Musical Comedy Star (2002)
  • Katharine Dexter McCormick: Pioneer for Women's Rights (2003)
  • Sophie Tucker: First Lady of Show Business (2003)
  • Maude Adams: Idol of American Theater, 1872-1953 (2004)
  • Women Vaudeville Stars: Eighty Biographical Profiles (2006)
  • Tony Pastor, Father of Vaudeville (2007)
  • Lillian Russell: A Biography of "America's Beauty" (2008)


  1. ^ FIELDS, ARMOND, nytimes
  2. ^ Armond Fields, (1930 - 2008),