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||August 10, 1923
||Cause of Death:
||Los Angeles, California, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Spotted on the street by an agent while she was a 17-year-old high school senior; signed to a contract by producer David O Selznick who changed her name to Rhonda Fleming
Film debut (in bit part), "In Old Oklahoma"
First film role, as a nymphomaniac in "Spellbound"
Broadway debut, "The Women"
Starred in the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera revival of "Kismet"
Final movie before "retirement", "The Nude Bomb"
Made first TV appearance in almost 20 years as Robert Mitchum's wife in the TV-movie "Waiting for the Wind"
With husband Ted Mann founded the Rhonda Fleming Mann Clinic for Women's Comprehensive Care at UCLA