Mary Nash

Birthday: Aug 15, 1884
Birthplace: Not Available
After a brief stab at films in 1913, actress Mary Nash returned to the stage, where she remained until settling in Hollywood permanently in 1934. In films until 1946, Nash was often cast as seemingly mild-mannered women who turned vicious when challenged, as witness her work in College Scandal (1936) and Charlie Chan in Panama (1940). As the hateful Fraulein Rottenmeier in Heidi (1937), she proved so effective at menacing Shirley Temple that she was rehired in 1939 to give Temple even more hell in The Little Princess (1939). Mary Nash's most sympathetic role was as the long-suffering wife of blustering capitalist J. B. Ball in Easy Living (1937).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
94% Howards End Pianist $0.2M 1992
100% Till the Clouds Roll By Mrs. Muller 1947
No Score Yet Monsieur Beaucaire The Duenna 1946
80% Yolanda and the Thief Duenna 1945
100% Cobra Woman Queen 1944
No Score Yet The Lady And The Monster Mrs. Fame 1944
No Score Yet In the Meantime, Darling Mrs. Preston 1944
80% The Human Comedy Miss Hicks 1943
No Score Yet Men of Boys Town Mrs. Maitland 1941
100% The Philadelphia Story Margaret 1940
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in Panama Miss Jennie Finch 1940
No Score Yet The Rains Came Miss MacDaid 1939
88% The Little Princess Amanda Minchin 1939
100% Heidi Fraulein Rottenmeier 1937
100% Easy Living Mrs. Jennir Ball 1937
No Score Yet The King and the Chorus Girl Duchess Anna 1937
No Score Yet Wells Fargo Mrs. Pryor 1937
90% Come and Get It Emma Louise Glasgow 1936

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