Carroll Borland

Carroll Borland

Highest Rated: 80% Mark of the Vampire (1935)

Lowest Rated: 80% Mark of the Vampire (1935)

Birthday: Feb 25, 1914

Birthplace: Not Available

An exotic beauty, Carroll Borland is best remembered for playing the luminous vampire Luna Mora in Tod Browning's haunting horror classic Mark of the Vampire (1935) opposite Lionel Barrymore and Bela Lugosi. She made her film debut in 1933 in Me and My Pal. In the late '30s, she retired from acting to pursue a doctorate in education. Following graduation, she became a professor at the Pacific Oaks College for a few years before moving to Virginia with her husband Vernon Patten, a film publicist. Borland returned to acting, appearing briefly in a few early-'80s horror films for Fred Olen Ray, including Scalps (1982).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Bio Hazard Rula Murphy 1985
No Score Yet Scalps Dr. Sharon Reynolds 1983
80% Mark of the Vampire Luna Mora 1935


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