Helen Mack

Helen Mack

Highest Rated: 98% His Girl Friday (1940)

Lowest Rated: 29% The Struggle (1931)

Birthday: Nov 13, 1913

Birthplace: Not Available

A graduate of New York's Professional Childrens' School, Helen Mack appeared as a child actress in such Broadway productions as The Dybbuk and such films as Gloria Swanson's Zaza (1923); during this period, she was sometimes billed as Helen Macks. Her first adult role was in D.W. Griffith's last film, 1931's The Struggle. Signed to a Fox contract in 1932, Mack moved to RKO a year later, where she was leading lady in two Merian C. Cooper efforts, Son of Kong (1933) and She (1935). Free-lancing throughout the 1930s, Mack played such roles as Harold Lloyd's pugnacious sister in The Milky Way (1936) and hard-bitten "shady lady" Mollie Malloy in His Girl Friday (1939). In 1941, Mack launched her radio career when she replaced the late Donna Damerel on the popular radio serial Myrt and Marge. Three years later, Mack became a radio producer/director, responsible for such series as A Date with Judy and Beulah. Helen Mack also authored one stage play (under her married name Helen McAvity), the 1965 flop The Mating Dance.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet And Now Tomorrow Angeletta Gallo 1944
98% His Girl Friday Mollie Malloy 1940
No Score Yet King of the Newsboys Mary Ellen Stephens 1938
No Score Yet The Wrong Road Ruth Holden 1937
No Score Yet Fit for a King Jane Hamilton 1937
No Score Yet The Last Train from Madrid Lola 1937
No Score Yet Under the Red Robe Actor 1937
No Score Yet The Milky Way Mae Sullivan 1936
No Score Yet The Return of Peter Grimm Catherine 1935
50% She Tanya 1935
No Score Yet Captain Hurricane Susan 'Matey' Ann 1935
No Score Yet College Rhythm Actor 1934
No Score Yet Kiss and Make-Up Anne 1934
No Score Yet You Belong to Me Florette Faxon 1934
36% Son of Kong Hilda Peterson 1933
No Score Yet Fargo Express Helen Clark 1933
No Score Yet Melody Cruise Laurie Marlowe 1933
No Score Yet Blind Adventure Rose Thorne 1933
No Score Yet Christopher Bean Susan 1933
29% The Struggle A Catty Girl 1931


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