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Also Known As: Lois Darlington Dowling, Lois Moran Young Died: July 13, 1990
Born: March 1, 1908 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: actor, drama instructor, dancer, dance instructor

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Lois Moran was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. She moved to Paris as child. Moran's career beginnings included film roles in "Just Suppose" (1926), "The Road to Mandalay" (1926) and "The Irresistible Lover" (1927). Moran next focused her career on film, appearing in "Words and Music" (1929), "Mammy" (1930) and "Under Suspicion" (1930). She also appeared in "Transatlantic" (1931). Later in her career, Moran acted in the dramatic adventure "Alice in the Cities" (1974) with Rudiger Vogler. Moran's husband was Clarence M Young. Moran passed away in July 1990 at the age of 82.

Lois Moran was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. She moved to Paris as child. Moran's career beginnings included film roles in "Just Suppose" (1926), "The Road to Mandalay" (1926) and "The Irresistible Lover" (1927). Moran next focused her career on film, appearing in "Words and Music" (1929), "Mammy" (1930) and "Under Suspicion" (1930). She also appeared in "Transatlantic" (1931). Later in her career, Moran acted in the dramatic adventure "Alice in the Cities" (1974) with Rudiger Vogler. Moran's husband was Clarence M Young. Moran passed away in July 1990 at the age of 82.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Alice in the Cities (1974) Airline Girl
2.
 West of Broadway (1931) Dot
3.
 Transatlantic (1931) [Judy Kramer] His daughter
4.
 The Spider (1931) Beverly Lane
5.
 Under Suspicion (1931) Alice Freil
6.
 Men in Her Life (1931) Julia Cavanaugh
7.
 Mammy (1930) Nora Meadows
8.
 The Dancers (1930) Diana
9.
 Not Damaged (1930) Gwen Stewart
10.
 Words and Music (1929) Mary Brown
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Moved to Paris as child
1922:
Screen acting debut in France (date approximate)

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companion:
F Scott Fitzgerald. Actor. Reportedly had brief affair.
husband:
Clarence M Young. Business executive. Former US Colonel.

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