· Lena Horne, the singing legend who shattered Hollywood stereotypes of African Americans on screen in the 1940s, died Sunday
night in a New York hospital at age 92.
· No cause of death was given.
· Beginning as a 16-year-old chorus girl at the Cotton Club in Harlem in 1933, Horne launched a more than six-decade career that
spanned films, radio, television, recording, nightclubs, concert halls and
· She is survived by her daughter Gail Buckley.
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