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Claire Trevor

Claire Trevor

  • Allegheny Uprising (1939) April 22 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: April 8, 2000
Born: March 8, 1910 Cause of Death: Complications from a respiratory ailment
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Larchmont, New York
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Began career stage in stock and on Broadway in the late 1920s
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First film appearance in Vitaphone shorts filmed in Brooklyn
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Signed to a contract by Warner Bros.; acted in a series of short films; then spent 10 weeks in St Louis performing on stage with other contract players
1931:
Acted on Broadway in "Whistling in the Dark"
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Reportedly declined a contract offer from MGM to concentrate on theater
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After failure of "The Party's Over", accepted five-year contract offer from Fox
1933:
Feature film debut, "Life in the Raw"
1933:
Appeared opposite Spencer Tracy in "The Mad Game"
1934:
Cast as Shirley Temple's mother in "Baby Takes a Bow"
1937:
Breakthough film role, an Oscar-nominated supporting turn as Humphrey Bogart's girlfriend in "Dead End"
1937:
Co-starred with Edward G Robinson in the radio drama "Big Town"
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Returned to Warner Bros. after Daryl Zanuck's lack of faith in her talent became apparent
1938:
Reteamed with Bogart on "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse"
1939:
Was top-billed as a hard-bitten woman of questionable virtue in "Stagecoach"; first of four films with John Wayne John Wayne
1943:
Co-starred in "The Desperados"
1944:
Appeared with Dick Powell (as private eye Philip Marlowe) in "Murder, My Sweet", adapted from Raymond Chandler's "Farewell My Lovely"
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Starred in the Broadway production of "Dark Victory"
1947:
Appeared on Broadway in "The Big Two"; show closed after 21 performances
1948:
Offered Oscar-winning turn as Edward G Robinson's alcoholic moll in the crime drama "Key Largo"
1954:
Received Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her spunky turn as a passenger on a troubled airplane in "The High and the Mighty"
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Made TV debut in "Alias Nora Hale", aired as part of Ford Television Theater
1956:
Starred opposite Fredric March in TV version of "Dodsworth"; earned Emmy Award
1958:
Co-starred in "Marjorie Morningstar"
1962:
Played Robinson's shrewish wife in "Two Weeks in Another Town"
1963:
Cast as Joanne Woodward's mother in "The Stripper"
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Returned to stage to star in touring production of "The Killing of Sister George" in the late 1960s
1967:
Last film for 15 years, "The Cape Town Affair"
1982:
Final film, playing Sally Field's mother in "Kiss Me Goodbye"
1987:
Final acting role, in the ABC TV-movie "Norman Rockwell's Breaking Home Ties"
1998:
Last TV appearance on the Academy Awards telecast, as part of a salute to previous award winners

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