Carole Mathews

Highest Rated: 33% The Great Gatsby (1949)
Lowest Rated: 33% The Great Gatsby (1949)
Birthday: Sep 13, 1920
Birthplace: Not Available
American leading actress Carole Mathews was signed to a Columbia Pictures contract in 1944. Mathews was generally limited to secondary roles, save for a few leading characters like Babs Arnold in the Columbia serial The Monster and the Ape. She went on to Paramount and Universal in the 1950s, where she could usually be found playing hard-boiled dames. Carole Mathews continued essaying character roles until her retirement in 1960.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Tender Is the Night Mrs. Hoyt 1962
No Score Yet Strange Awakening Actor 1958
No Score Yet Showdown at Boot Hill Jill Crane 1958
No Score Yet Treasure of Ruby Hills Sherry Vernon 1955
No Score Yet Swamp Women Police Lt. Lee Hampton 1955
No Score Yet Shark River Jane Daughterty 1953
No Score Yet Red Snow Lt. Jane 1952
No Score Yet Meet Me at the Fair Clara Brink 1952
No Score Yet The Man with My Face Mary Davis 1951
No Score Yet No Man of Her Own Blonde 1950
No Score Yet Chicago Deadline Secretary 1949
No Score Yet Special Agent Rose McCreary 1949
33% The Great Gatsby Ella Cody 1949
No Score Yet The Accused Waitress 1949
No Score Yet Sealed Verdict Nurse 1948
No Score Yet Blazing the Western Trail (Who Killed Waring?) Mary Halliday 1945
No Score Yet Over 21 Officer Candidate's Wife 1945
No Score Yet A Thousand and One Nights Handmaiden 1945

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Rawhide
1959-1965
Lucey
  • 1964
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Clara Fay
  • 1958
  • 1956

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