Erin O'Brien-Moore - Rotten Tomatoes

Erin O'Brien-Moore

Highest Rated:   100% The Long Gray Line (1955)
Lowest Rated:   60% Peyton Place (1957)
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Actress Erin O'Brien-Moore's many Broadway credits included Makropolous Secret, Street Scene, Tortilla Flat and State of the Union. O'Brian-Moore made her first film appearance in a 1930 short subject; her feature debut came four years later. She spent several years at Warner Bros., where her most famous part was the worn-out trollop Nana in The Life of Emile Zola (1937). Her hopes for screen stardom were tragically dashed in 1939, when she was seriously burned in a restaurant fire. After extensive plastic surgery, she resumed her Broadway career as a character actress. She later appeared on TV Charlie Ruggles' wife in the 1949 comedy sitcom The Ruggles, and as Nurse Choate in the 1960s nighttime serial Peyton Place (she'd played a different character in the 1957 film version of the Grace Metalious novel). Her last movie role was an uncredited cameo as Rudy Vallee's sister in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967). Erin O'Brien-Moore was at one time married to theatre critic Mark Barron.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
75% In Like Flint
  • Amazon
1967
90% How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
  • Mrs. Frump
1967
No Score Yet Mooncussers
  • Actor
1962
60% Peyton Place
  • Mrs. Page
1957
100% The Long Gray Line
  • Mrs. Koehler
1955
No Score Yet Phantom of the Rue Morgue
  • Wardrobe Woman
1954
60% Destination Moon
  • Emily Cargraves
1950
75% The Life of Emile Zola
  • Nana
1937
No Score Yet Black Legion
  • Ruth Taylor
1937
No Score Yet The Plough and the Stars
  • Rosie Redmond
1936
No Score Yet The Ex-Mrs. Bradford
  • Mrs. Summers
1936
No Score Yet Streamline Express
  • Mary Forbes
1935
No Score Yet Our Little Girl
  • Sarah Boynton
1935
No Score Yet Little Men
  • Jo Bhaer
1935
No Score Yet His Greatest Gamble
  • Florence Stebbins
1934

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