Ella Airlie was a Librettist, dramatist, songwriter, and variety performer. Best remembered for originating the Fullers' most successful pantomime, The Bunyip (1916), Ella Airlie was raised in Ballarat, Victoria. She began her professional stage career around late 1909/early 1910, initially performing songs and humorous dialogue at various Melbourne-based variety shows.
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