Alice Brady

Alice Brady

Highest Rated: 100% Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)

Lowest Rated: 67% In Old Chicago (1937)

Birthday: Nov 2, 1892

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

American actress Alice Brady first came to prominence in the silent films produced by World Studios, which was owned and operated by Brady's father, the influential theatrical producer William H. Brady. A star from her first film, As Ye Sow (1914), onward, she was applauded for her acting skills, though critics at the time noted that her somewhat offbeat facial features would be better suited to character roles than to ingenues. Brady devoted the 1920s to motherly and matronly portrayals on stage - which, as it turned out, were far more rewarding professionally than the heroines she'd played at World. Making her talking-picture debut in 1933's When Ladies Meet, Brady rapidly became one of Hollywood's most prolific portrayers of addlebrained society matrons and world-weary matriarchs. Her comic skills won her roles in such classics as My Man Godfrey (1936) and Three Smart Girls, but it was for her dramatic portrayal of the resilient, much-maligned Mrs. O'Leary in In Old Chicago (1938) that she won an Academy Award. Shortly after completing her work on John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln (1939), Brady passed away at the age of 46.

Highest Rated Movies



100% Young Mr. Lincoln Abigail Clay 1939
No Score Yet Zenobia, (Elephants Never Forget) Mrs. Carter 1939
No Score Yet Joy of Living Minerva Garret 1938
88% 100 Men and a Girl Mrs. Frost 1937
No Score Yet Call It a Day Muriel West 1937
67% In Old Chicago Molly O'Leary 1937
86% Three Smart Girls Mrs. Lyons 1936
97% My Man Godfrey Angelica Bullock 1936
No Score Yet Go West, Young Man Mrs. Struthers 1936
No Score Yet Metropolitan Ghita Galin 1935
No Score Yet Let 'em Have It Aunt Ethel 1935
100% Gold Diggers of 1935 Mrs. Mathilda Prentiss 1935
93% The Gay Divorcee Hortense Ditherwell 1934
No Score Yet Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen Molly Prentiss 1934
No Score Yet Stage Mother Kitty Lorraine 1933
No Score Yet When Ladies Meet (Strange Skirts) (Truth Is Stranger) Bridget Drake 1933
No Score Yet Broadway to Hollywood Lulu Hackett 1933
No Score Yet Missing Millions Mary Dawson 1922
No Score Yet The Dancer's Peril Mother 1917
No Score Yet Betsy Ross Betsy Griscam 1917


Angelica Bullock says: What happened to Carlo?

Alexander Bullock says: He had to leave suddenly.