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  1. Lola Montez - Wikipedia

    Marie Dolores Eliza Rosanna Gilbert, Countess of Landsfeld (17 February 1821 – 17 January 1861), better known by the stage name Lola Montez, was an Irish dancer and actress who became famous as a "Spanish dancer", courtesan, and mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria...


  2. Lola Montez

    • 1843 - London debut as "Lola Montez, the Spanish dancer" [June]. 1846 - danced in Munich, and became mistress of Louis I (Ludwig I) of Bavaria.


  3. Lola Montez | Irish dancer | Britannica.com

    • Lola Montez: February 17, 1821 Grange, County Sligo, Ireland January 17, 1861 New York, New York, U.S. Irish adventuress and “Spanish” dancer who achieved international notoriety through her liaison...


  4. Biography - Lola Montez - Australian Dictionary of Biography

    • Lola Montez (1818-1861), dancer and courtesan, was born in Limerick, Ireland, and christened Maria Dolores Eliza Rosanna, daughter of Ensign Edward Gilbert and his...


  5. Lola Montez

    • In his 1996 biography of Lola Montez, author Bruce Seymour revealed that Eliza(beth) Oliver (Lola's mother) was the daughter of Charles Silver Oliver...


  6. Lola Montez💋 (@fit_lolamontez) • Instagram photos and videos

    • 91k Followers, 162 Following, 206 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Lola Montez💋 (@fit_lolamontez).


  7. Lola Montez : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

    • The restored Home of Lola Montez went on to become California Historical Landmark No. 292.[11] Lola served as an inspiration to another aspiring young entertainer, Lotta Crabtree.


  8. Lola Montes - Wikipedia

    Lola Montes or Montez may refer to: Lola Montez (1821–61), stage name of Elizabeth Rosanna Gilbert, Irish-born Spanish dancer and courtesan. Lola Montès, a 1955 feature film based on the life story of Lola Montez.


  9. Volbeat Lyrics - Lola Montez

    • Feel the fire where she walks Lola Montez so beautiful Shady and a tempered dame Blinding your eyes with her spider dance.


  10. Lola Montez

    • With the help and support of two admiring gentlemen, Lord Malmesbury and Lord Brougham, Eliza changed her name to Lola Montez, and launched herself somehow as a "Spanish dancer."