Grace Moore

Grace Moore

  • Highest Rated: 71% One Night of Love (1934)
  • Lowest Rated: 71% One Night of Love (1934)
  • Birthday: Dec 5, 1898
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • American singer and actress Grace Moore, born Mary Willie Grace Moore in Slabtown, TN, first became famous for singing in Broadway musicals. She then took her powerful but sweet soprano to the Metropolitan Opera. During the early '30s, she appeared in two MGM films. Moore then signed with Columbia and sang opera in several films, where her male leads included Cary Grant, Melvyn Douglas, Franchot Tone, Tullio Carminatti and many others. Her work is credited for helping to make opera music accessible to mainstream audiences. In 1944, Moore published her autobiography, You're Only Human Once (1944). In 1947, Moore died in a plane crash in Europe during a concert tour. In 1953, her life was portrayed in the biopic So This Is Love.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet Louise Louise 1940
No Score Yet I'll Take Romance Elsa Terry 1937
No Score Yet When You're in Love Louise Fuller 1937
No Score Yet The King Steps Out Cissy 1936
No Score Yet Love Me Forever Margaret Howard 1935
71% One Night of Love Mary Barrett 1934
No Score Yet New Moon Princess Tanya Strogoff 1930
No Score Yet A Lady's Morals Jenny Lind 1930

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