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Also Known As: Miriam Bilenkin, Marion "Peanuts" Byron, Peanuts Byron Died: July 5, 1985
Born: March 16, 1911 Cause of Death: illness
Birth Place: Dayton, Ohio, USA Profession: comedian, actor

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Marion Byron found success as an actress early on, when she was just 17 years old. Byron kickstarted her acting career in various films such as the comedy "Steamboat Bill, Jr" (1928) with Buster Keaton, "Broadway Babies" (1929) with Alice White and "His Captive Woman" (1929). She also appeared in the Charlotte Greenwood adaptation "So Long Letty" (1929). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, appearing in "The Forward Pass" (1929), "The Show of Shows" (1929) with Frank Fay and "Golden Dawn" (1930). She also appeared in "The Bad Man" (1930). In the latter part of her career, she continued to act in the comedy "Girls Demand Excitement" (1931) with Virginia Cherrill, "The Tenderfoot" (1932) and "Breed of the Border" (1933). Byron last acted in "Five of a Kind" (1938). Byron passed away in July 1985 at the age of 74.

Marion Byron found success as an actress early on, when she was just 17 years old. Byron kickstarted her acting career in various films such as the comedy "Steamboat Bill, Jr" (1928) with Buster Keaton, "Broadway Babies" (1929) with Alice White and "His Captive Woman" (1929). She also appeared in the Charlotte Greenwood adaptation "So Long Letty" (1929). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, appearing in "The Forward Pass" (1929), "The Show of Shows" (1929) with Frank Fay and "Golden Dawn" (1930). She also appeared in "The Bad Man" (1930). In the latter part of her career, she continued to act in the comedy "Girls Demand Excitement" (1931) with Virginia Cherrill, "The Tenderfoot" (1932) and "Breed of the Border" (1933). Byron last acted in "Five of a Kind" (1938). Byron passed away in July 1985 at the age of 74.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Five of a Kind (1938) Nurse Corday
2.
 Swell-Head (1935) Bessie
3.
 Gift of Gab (1934) Telephone girl
4.
 Only Yesterday (1933)
5.
 Breed of the Border (1933) Sonia Bedford
6.
 The Heart of New York (1932) Mimi Mendel
7.
 Love Me Tonight (1932) Bakery girl
8.
 The Tenderfoot (1932) Kitty
9.
 Girls Demand Excitement (1931) Margery
10.
 Children of Dreams (1931) Gertie
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