|Also Known As: ||
||April 19, 2005
||October 30, 1914
||Cause of Death:
||complications from an apendectomy
||Providence, Rhode Island, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Worked as a fashion commentator on radio and a Powers model in New York
Acted in touring companies of stage plays
Signed five-year contract with MGM (date approximate)
Made film acting debut in "The Big City"
Co-starred in "The Women"
Earned Academy Award nomination for her role in "The Philadelphia Story"
Left Hollywood for Broadway; starred opposite Ralph Bellamy in "State of the Union"
Returned to films in "I, Jane Doe"
Made early TV apperance on "Pulitzer Prize Playhouse" (ABC)
Played love interest to Robert Young in her first and only TV-movie, "My Darling Daughters' Anniversary" (ABC)