Josephine Charlotte Collins Origin/Culture/Country: English
Josephine Charlotte Collins: an English actress and singer celebrated for her performances in musical comedies and early motion pictures.Collins was born in London in 1887 to her mother, music hall performer and comedienne Lottie Collins, who popularized the song "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay!", and her mother's music coach, Stephen Patrick Cooney , who later married.Collins got her start as a child performer, and by the age of 17 she had appeared in both pantomime and music hall as a singer and actress. She made her West End debut in a principal role in The Antelope (1908). On Broadway, she appeared in Vera Violetta (1911), The Merry Countess (1912), and (sharing a duet with Al Jolson) The Whirl of Society (1912), among others. Her revue appearances included the Ziegfeld Follies (1913), and The Passing Show (1914). She also starred in The Happy Day in London and Alone at Last on Broadway in 1916.
Josephine Francisca Maria ("Fieke") Boekhorst-Van Origin/Culture/Country: Dutch
Josephine Francisca Maria ("Fieke") Boekhorst-Van: is a former Dutch field hockey player, who played 116 international matches for The Netherlands, in which she scored 128 goals. The defender made her debut for the Dutch on September 16, 1978 in a match against India.
Joséphine Mbarga-Bikié Origin/Culture/Country: Cameroonian
Joséphine Mbarga-Bikié: is a Cameroonian long jumper.
Josephine Tomic Origin/Culture/Country: Australian
Josephine Tomic: is an Australian racing cyclist from Perth.She began cycling on the road aged 14 and represented her country for the first time only a year later in 2004, competing in the Oceania championships. She won 5 national titles in the under 17 category between 2
Josephine Touray Origin/Culture/Country: Danish
Josephine Touray: is a Danish team handball player and Olympic champion.