Moms Mabley Biography, Wiki, Height, Boyfriend & More

Moms Mabley
Moms Mabley

Moms Mabley aka Loretta Mary Aiken (born March 19, 1894 – died May 23, 1975) is one of the most successful entertainers of the Black Vaudeville stage and actress. She is also known as Chitlin Circuit was Jackie “Moms” Mabley in the 1920s.

Moms Mabley Biography


Then she recorded comedy albums and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, The Smother Brothers Comedy Hour, and various television performances, and also films.


Moms Mabley
Moms Mabley

She was born in Brevard, North Carolina. She is the daughter of James Aiken and Mary Smith. She is one of 16 children. Her father is a successful businessman and her mom is a housewife.


Marley’s grandmother encouraged her, at the age of 14, she ran away from Cleveland, Ohio, and joined a traveling Vaudeville-style minstrel show starring Butterbean and Susie where she sang and entertained.


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Moms Mabley

In 1909 her father was killed when a fire engine exploded while he was volunteering as a firefighter. Then her mother took over the family’s primary business, a general store.


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A couple of years later Mabley’s mother died in an accident. She is one of the most popular T.O.B.A (Tough On Black Asses Circuit) entertainers. T.O.B.A was Mabley’s independent organization until the company was disbanded during the Great Depression.


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Moms Mabley Wiki


Moms Mabley  Wiki & Biography
Real Name Loretta Mary Aiken
Nickname Moms Mabley
Profession Stand-up comedian and Actress
Date of Birth March 19, 1894
Died May 23, 1975
Birthplace Brevard, North Carolina, U.S
Nationality American
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Christian


Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Height in Centimeters 167 cm
Height in meters 1.67 m
Height in Inches 5 feet 6 inches
Weight in Kilograms 65 kg
Weight in Pounds 143 lbs
Body Measurements 36-32-36
Bra Size 36
Waist Size 32
Hip Size 36
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Family and Relatives
Father James Aiken
Mother Mary Smith
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Affairs, Girlfriends, and Marital Status

Marital Status Never Married
Boyfriend Lesbian
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Education and School, College

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Favorites Things and Like & Dislike

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Hobbies Stand Up Comedy


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Biography of Moms Mabley


She was earning US $10000 a week at Harlem’s Apollo Theatre. She performed in many stage shows. These are the following: Bowman’s Cotton Blossoms (1919) Looks Who’s Here (1927) Miss Bandana (1927)


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Moms Mabley

Fast and Furious (1931) The Joy Boat (1930) Sidewalk of Harlem (1930) Red Pastures (1930) Blackberries of 1932( 1932) Swingin the Dream (1938) Mabley was known as “The Funniest Woman in the World “.


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Moms Mabley

She also added odd ironic music to her songs and in July 1969 she reached 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 with her cover version of “Abraham Martin and John.”


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Her career spanned five decades, but until the early 1960s, white audiences did not know her. In 1962 she performed at Carnegie Hall.


Moms Mabley
Moms Mabley

Mainstream TV appearances in the 1960s included various appearances on shows hosted by Flip Winston, Mike Douglas, Merv Giffin, The Smother Brothers Comedy Hour (1967), and Rowes and Martin Laugh-In (1967).


Moms Mabley
Moms Mabley

The irreverent Feminist comics of that period influenced her. She appeared in several shows. Her notable films include Emperor Jones (1933) Killer Diller (1948) Boarding House Blues (1948) Amazing Grace (1974) It’s Your Stuff (1970 documentary). She died in the White Plains, New York, on May 23, 1975.


Moms Mabley
Moms Mabley

Mabley never married, and she had six kids. By the age of 14, as a result of being raped, Mabley had given birth to two twins — by an older black man at age 11, and by a white sheriff at age 13. They gave up their children for adoption.

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