Maelcum Soul

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Maelcum Soul
Born Patricia Ann Soul
September 22, 1940
Died April 5, 1968(1968-04-05) (aged 27)
Baltimore, Maryland
Cause of death uremic poisoning
Occupation Film actress
Years active 1966–1968

Maelcum Soul (born Patricia Ann Soul; September 22, 1940 – April 5, 1968) was a 1960s Baltimore, Maryland bohemian, artist, and an actress in two of filmmaker John Waters' earliest works, Roman Candles and Eat Your Makeup.

She studied painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art and worked at the Fat Black Pussycat Cafe on Minetta Lane in New York City. She later worked as a barmaid at Martick's (later Martick's Restaurant Français) on Mulberry Street in Baltimore.

Maelcum died from uremic poisoning due to kidney failure in 1968. She was 27 years old. She is buried in Bohemian National Cemetery in Baltimore.



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