Helen Morgan

Actor, Singer, Packer
Helen Morgan was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Morgan began her career with roles in "Applause" (1929), "Glorifying the American Girl" (1929) and "Roadhouse Nights" (1930). Morgan then began to ... Read more »
Born: 08/02/1900 in Danville, Illinois, USA

Filmography

Actor (8)

Slavers 1976 (Movie)

Malika (Actor)

Show Boat 1936 (Movie)

Julie (Actor)

Go Into Your Dance 1934 (Movie)

(Actor)

Glorifying the American Girl (Movie)

Herself, performing in revue (Actor)

Marie Galante (Movie)

Tapia (Actor)

Roadhouse Nights (Movie)

Lola Fagan (Actor)

Show Boat (Movie)

Julie (in the prologue) (Actor)

You Belong To Me (Movie)

Mme. Alva (Actor)
Music (1)

The Telephone Book 1970 (Movie)

("Something to Remember You By") (Song Performer)

Biography

Helen Morgan was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Morgan began her career with roles in "Applause" (1929), "Glorifying the American Girl" (1929) and "Roadhouse Nights" (1930). Morgan then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "Marie Galante" (1934), "Frankie and Johnnie" (1935) and "Go Into Your Dance" (1935). She also appeared in "Show Boat" (1936) and the dramatic period piece "Slavers" (1977) with Trevor Howard. Morgan's music was most recently featured in the "American Pop" (1981) film with Ron Thompson. Morgan's husband was Bud Maschke Jr.. Morgan passed away in October 1941 at the age of 41.

Relationships

Lloyd Johnson

Husband
married June 27, 1941

Bud Maschke

Husband
married May 15, 1933 divorced June 19, 1935 accused him of threatening her life

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