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Eve Arden

Eve Arden

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Also Known As: Died: November 12, 1990
Born: April 30, 1908 Cause of Death: heart disease
Birth Place: Mill Valley, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1928:
Joined Henry Duffy stock company performing in San Francisco and Los Angeles; made stage debut in company's "Alias The Deacon"
:
Joined Bandbox Repertory Theater, touring "citrus circuit" in Southern California
1929:
Film acting debut (as Eunice Quedens) in "The Song of Love"
1934:
Broadway debut in "Ziegfeld Follies"
1934:
First credited as Eve Arden
1935:
First Broadway accolade as Eve Arden in "Parade" opposite Jimmy Savo
1936:
Understudied and went on for Fanny Brice in "Ziegfeld Follies"
1937:
Breakthrough film role in "Stage Door"
1939:
Returned to Broadway in Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II musical, "Very Warm For May"
1945:
Received Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress for one of her best-remembered role, Ida in "Mildred Pierce"
1948:
Starred on CBS radio as "Our Miss Brooks"
:
"Our Miss Brooks" transferred to TV series while continuing on radio
1982:
Last film, "Grease 2"
1991:
Appeared in archival footage used in the documentary on female comediennes, "Wisecracks"

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