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December 22, 1884
DiedJune 18, 1913 (age 28)

Anonyma (1884-1913), was the stage name of Amy Clement, a professional singer, dancer, ventriloquist, and wife of Clement de Lion.[1]


She worked in solo and in her husband's act.

She drowned when bathing in the river Rodach, near Neuses, Bavaria, with her husband, who narrowly escaped a similar fate in his desperate endeavour to save her.[2] [3][4][5]


  1. Who's Who in Magic: An International Biographical Guide From Past to Present by Bart Whaley (1990)
  2. Magic Circular, June, 1913
  3. The Magic Wand, July 1913
  4. The Spinx, July 1913
  5. Magic a pictorial history of conjurers in the theater by David Price (1985)