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||April 12, 1926
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||Atlanta, Georgia, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Made her debut on local radio broadcasts in Atlanta, GA
Landed her first supporting role, opposite Shirley Temple in "Bright Eyes"
Featured in "The Farmer Takes a Wife," starring Henry Fonda
Received positive reviews for Lewis Milestone's "The North Star"
Retired from acting for several years after marrying wealthy Texas oil man, William P. Moss Jr.
Returned to acting to star opposite James Dean in George Stevens' "Giant"
Co-starred in the film, "The Right Approach"
Gained fame again in the mid 1960s as "Josephine the Plumber," a character in a long-running and popular series of television commercials for Comet cleanser
Lent her voice to one of the gargoyles in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," after the death of Mary Wickes