Dorothy Malone

Dorothy Malone

Highest Rated: 100% The Tarnished Angels (1958)

Lowest Rated: 40% Fate Is The Hunter (1964)

Birthday: Jan 30, 1925

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Malone was born Dorothy Maloney, under which name she appeared in her earliest films. She began modeling in childhood and also frequently acted in school plays. While performing in a college play at age 18 she was spotted by a talent agent and soon signed to a film contract by RKO. After playing bits in several films she switched studios in 1945 and gradually got better roles; usually she played standard pretty-girl leads. In the mid '50s she began to gain attention as a serious actress. For her portrayal of a frustrated nymphomaniac in Written on the Wind (1956) she won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar; however, few of her later roles were rewarding, and she made few films after 1964. She costarred in the TV series Peyton Place. She continued appearing in occasional films through the '80s. From 1959-64 she was married to actor Jacques Bergerac.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Femmine Insaziabili Actor 2012
No Score Yet The Day Time Ended Ana Williams 2001
52% Basic Instinct Hazel 1992
No Score Yet Rest in Pieces Actor 1987
No Score Yet The Being Marge Smith 1983
88% Winter Kills Emma Kegan 1979
No Score Yet Sodom and Gomorrah Actor 1979
No Score Yet Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff Mildred 1979
No Score Yet Little Ladies of the Night Actor 1977
No Score Yet Golden Rendezvous Mrs. Skinner 1977
No Score Yet The Man Who Would Not Die Paula Stafford 1975
No Score Yet Abduction Mrs. Prescott 1975
40% Fate Is The Hunter Lisa Bond 1964
43% Beach Party Marianne 1963
No Score Yet The Last Sunset Belle Breckenridge 1961
60% The Last Voyage Laurie Henderson 1960
No Score Yet Warlock Lily Dollar 1959
100% The Tarnished Angels LaVerne Shumann 1958
No Score Yet Too Much, Too Soon Diana Barrymore 1958
82% Written on the Wind Marylee Hadley 1957
88% Man of a Thousand Faces Cleva Creighton Chaney 1957
No Score Yet Tip On A Dead Jockey Actor 1957
No Score Yet Pillars of the Sky Calla Gaxton 1956
No Score Yet Tension at Table Rock Lois 1956
No Score Yet At Gunpoint (Gunpoint!) Martha Wright 1955
78% Artists and Models Abigail 'Abby' Parker 1955
No Score Yet Tall Man Riding Corinna Ordway 1955
No Score Yet Five Guns West Shalee 1955
No Score Yet Battle Cry Mrs. Elaine Yarborough 1955
No Score Yet Sincerely Yours Linda Curtis 1955
86% Young at Heart Fran Tuttle 1954
No Score Yet Private Hell 36 Francey Farnham 1954
86% Pushover Ann Stewart 1954
No Score Yet The Fast and the Furious Connie Adair 1954
No Score Yet Loophole Ruthie Donovan 1954
No Score Yet Law and Order Jeannie Bristow 1953
71% Scared Stiff Rosie 1953
No Score Yet Torpedo Alley Lt. Susan Peabody 1953
No Score Yet The Bushwhackers Actor 1952
No Score Yet The Bushwackers Cathy Sharpe 1952
No Score Yet Saddle Legion Dr. Ann F. Rollins 1951
No Score Yet The Killer That Stalked New York Alice Lorie 1950
No Score Yet Convicted Kay Knowland 1950
No Score Yet The Nevadan Karen Galt 1950
No Score Yet South of St. Louis Deborah Miller 1949
No Score Yet Colorado Territory Julie Ann Winslow 1949
No Score Yet Flaxy Martin Nora Carson 1949
No Score Yet Two Guys from Texas Joan Winston 1948
No Score Yet One Sunday Afternoon Amy Lind 1948
97% The Big Sleep Girl in Bookshop 1946
No Score Yet Night and Day Nancy 1946
No Score Yet Janie Gets Married Sgt. Spud Lee 1946
No Score Yet Show Business Girl 1944
No Score Yet One Mysterious Night Eileen Daley 1944
No Score Yet Step Lively Telephone operator 1944
No Score Yet Hollywood Canteen Herself - Junior Hostess 1944
No Score Yet Higher and Higher Bridesmaid 1943
No Score Yet The Falcon and the Co-eds Co-ed 1943
No Score Yet The Man Who Wouldn't Die Actor 1942


No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Julie Desmond 1976
No Score Yet Ironside
Agatha 1973


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