Marian Marsh

Actor
Born: 10/17/1913

Filmography

Actor (12)

Gentleman From Dixie 1940 (Movie)

(Actor)

Beauty and the Boss (Movie)

Susie Sachs (Actor)

Crime and Punishment (Movie)

Sonya (Actor)

Daring Daughters (Movie)

Terry Cummings (Actor)

Five Star Final (Movie)

Jenny Townsend (Actor)

Saturday's Heroes (Movie)

Frances (Actor)

The Eleventh Commandment (Movie)

Corinne Ross (Actor)

The Mad Genius (Movie)

Nana (Actor)

Under Eighteen (Movie)

Marge Evans (Actor)

When's Your Birthday? (Movie)

Jerry Grant (Actor)

Whoopee! (Movie)

Harriet Underwood (Actor)

Youth on Parole (Movie)

Bonnie Blair (Actor)

Relationships

Harriette Krauth

Mother

Clifford Henderson

Husband
Originally met in the early 1930s Married from September 1960 until his death in 1984 at age 88

Howard Hughes Producer

Companion
dated in the 1930s

Leo Krauth

Father
owned chocolate factory in Trinidad

Edward Krauth

Brother
older

George Krauth

Brother
older

Jean Morgan

Sister
older trained at Paramount's Astoria Studio in NYC signed to contract moved to California in 1926

Albert Scott

Husband
Born in 1903; formerly married to actress Colleen Moore Married from March 29, 1938 until his death in September 1956

Catherine Scott

Daughter
born in November 1942

Albert Scott

Son
born in August 1944

EDUCATION

Hollywood High School

Hollywood , California
transferred to school in 1927

Le Conte Junior High School

Los Angeles , California

Milestones

1959

Officially retired from acting

1941

Final film, "The House of Errors"

1937

Began freelancing

1935

Acted in "Crime and Punishment", directed by Josef Von Sternberg

1934

Appeared in European produced films, including the German-language "The Prodigal Son/The Lost Son" (1935)

1932

Starred in "Under Eighteen"

1932

Was first topbilled in "Beauty and the Boss"

1931

Now dubbed Marian Marsh, acted in "Svengali"

1930

Appeared in "Hell's Angels"

1930

Had two-line part in "Whoopie"

1930

Signed by Warner Bros.; acted in over 30 shorts

1929

Film debut in small role in "Fairways and Fouls"

1928

Put under contract at Pathe; adopted stage name of Marilyn Morgan; only made one film at Pathe

1926

When sister was signed to contract by F.B.O. (later RKO Pictures), family relocated to Southern California

1925

While visiting older sister Jean at Paramount's Astoria Studio in NYC

1923

Moved with family to Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly returned to acting in the 1950s, appearing in TV programs

Born and raised in Trinidad

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