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No. She was an American actress, born in Nebraska.
She was, however, of Irish descent; and acquired that nickname while in school. It may even have been intended as an insult, but she disliked her real first name (Nellie Beth) so much that she adopted it, and eventually changed her legal name to Irish Elizabeth McCalla.
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