Frances Charlotte Greenwood (June 25, 1890 – December 28, 1977) was an American actress and dancer.
Born in Philadelphia, Greenwood started in vaudeville, and starred on Broadway, movies and radio. Standing around six feet tall,
she was best known for her long legs and high kicks. She earned the unique praise of being, in her words, the "...only woman in
the world who could kick a giraffe in the eye." Greenwood had her own program, The Charlotte Greenwood Show, a situation comedy.
It was broadcast 1944-1946, first on ABC and later on NBC. She also was in "Home in Indiana" on Lux Radio Theatre October 2, 1944.