Billie Seward

Highest Rated: 100% Jane Eyre (1944)
Lowest Rated: 88% Twentieth Century (1934)
Birthday: Oct 23, 1912
Birthplace: Not Available
Discovered by vaudeville comic Ed Wynn, brunette Billie Seward later sang with Ben Bernie's orchestra and appeared in the final edition of the Ziegfeld Follies. She was awarded a contract with Columbia Pictures in 1934 and performed the usual starlet duties: leading in B-Westerns and playing minor roles in more mainstream fare. Seward's contract was terminated in 1935 and an old friend, Tim McCoy, hired her for one of his low-budget Puritan Westerns. Today, she is perhaps best remembered for playing a mystery lady in Charlie Chan at Treasure island (1939) and as Cousin Delight in Li'l Abner (1940). Her career ended in 1944.

Highest Rated Movies



100% Jane Eyre Girls at Party 1944
No Score Yet Li'l Abner Cousin Delightful 1940
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at Treasure Island Bessie Sibley 1939
No Score Yet The Man from Gun Town Ruth McArthur 1936
No Score Yet Branded a Coward Ethel Carson 1935
No Score Yet Blind Date (Her Sacrifice) Barbara Hartwell 1934
88% Twentieth Century Anita 1934


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