Margia Dean

Margia Dean was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In her early acting career, Dean appeared in such films as the comedy "Casanova in Burlesque" (1944) with Joe E Brown, "Delinquent Daughters" (1944) ... Read more »
Born: 04/07/1922

Filmography

Actor (14)

The Big Show 1961 (Movie)

Carlotta Martinez (Actor)

The Secret of the Purple Reef 1960 (Movie)

Rue Amboy (Actor)

Ambush at Cimarron Pass 1958 (Movie)

Teresa (Actor)

Villa! 1958 (Movie)

Julie North (Actor)

Frontier Gambler 1956 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Creeping Unknown 1956 (Movie)

Judith Carroon (Actor)

The Revolt of Mamie Stover 1956 (Movie)

Peaches (Actor)

Stagecoach to Fury 1955 (Movie)

Ruth (Actor)

The Baron of Arizona 1949 (Movie)

Marquesa (Actor)

Casanova in Burlesque (Movie)

Guest (Actor)

Delinquent Daughters (Movie)

Francine Van Pelt (Actor)

I Shot Jesse James (Movie)

Saloon Singer (Actor)

Ringside (Movie)

Joy (Actor)

Superman and the Mole Men (Movie)

Mrs. Benson (Actor)
Music (1)

Villa! 1958 (Movie)

("A Lonely Kind of Love") (Song)

Biography

Margia Dean was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In her early acting career, Dean appeared in such films as the comedy "Casanova in Burlesque" (1944) with Joe E Brown, "Delinquent Daughters" (1944) and "Rimfire" (1949). She also appeared in the Vincent Price western "The Baron of Arizona" (1950) and the Cesar Romero action flick "F.B.I. Girl" (1951). Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like "Fingerprints Don't Lie" (1951), "Superman and the Mole Men" (1951) and "Frontier Gambler" (1956) with John Bromfield. She also appeared in "Stagecoach to Fury" (1956) with Forrest Tucker and "The Creeping Unknown" (1956). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Jane Russell dramatic adaptation "The Revolt of Mamie Stover" (1956), "Ambush at Cimarron Pass" (1958) and the action movie "Villa!" (1958) with Brian Keith. She also appeared in "The Secret of the Purple Reef" (1960). Dean more recently acted in the Esther Williams dramatic adventure "The Big Show" (1961).

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