Dorothy Doloris Burr

Agent, performer

Dorothy Doloris Burr, who in the 1950s represented a number of Hollywood character actors and children through the Dorothy Burr Agency, died Dec. 21 in Las Vegas of heart failure. She was 89.

Covington, Ky., native was “Dot” of the popular 1930s vaudeville/nightclub team “Dot and Dash.” “Dash” was her husband, Howard A. Babin, who died in 1980.

She is survived by her son, character actor and author Lonnie Burr, who was one of the original Mouseketeers on the first “Mickey Mouse Club” (1955-1959).

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