Sorbonne, University of Paris
Taught drama at Stephens College in Columbia, MN
Returned to TV appearing on NBC in "Matinee Theater"
Originally cast to play the role of the mother in the "Aldrich Family" TV series; was dismissed by NBC and General Food Corp, the program's sponsor, in response to telegrams and phone calls stating that she was among the 150 show business names listed in
Final film "The Constant Nymph"
Starred in "The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady"
Helped to organize the American Guild of Variety Artists
Left Hollywood and moved to London
Had a role in "White Bondage" and "Dance Charlie Dance"
Starred in "Stars Over Broadway," and played the role of Helena in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Appeared in "As the Earth Turns"
Moved to Hollywood after being signed to a studio contract by a Warner Bros scout that spotted her in "Saint Wench"; changed name to Jean Muir
Began her career as an understudy with an English company performing "Bird In the Hand" on Broadway
Had success as one of the stars in the Broadway play "Saint Wench"
Appeared in J B Priestley's "People at Sea" and British film "Jane Steps Out"
Her career bounced back in the early 60s to allow her to appear on Broadway and on TV
She returned to New York where she toured with the the Group Theater production of "Golden Boy"
Appeared in over 2 dozen B movies
On February 9, 1960 she received a star on the Walk of Fame