Hilda Vaughn

Highest Rated: 95% Dinner at Eight (1933)
Birthday: Dec 27, 1898
Birthplace: Not Available
Skinny but tough, Baltimore native Hilda Vaughn could convincingly play an English Cockney, which she did in her screen debut, Three Live Ghosts (1929). A fixture at MGM in the early '30s, Vaughn made her greatest impact as Jean Harlow's blackmailing domestic in Dinner at Eight. Although it is the performance for which she will be remembered, she also shone as the ambulance corps worker in Today We Live (1933), as a slavey in Chasing Yesterday (1935), and one of the suspects in Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940). The latter was Vaughn's final film but she continued to act on radio, stage, and television.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
80% Charlie Chan At The Wax Museum Mrs. Rocke 1940
No Score Yet Maid's Night Out Mary 1938
No Score Yet Banjo on My Knee Gertha 1936
No Score Yet Trail of the Lonesome Pine Gaptown Teacher 1936
No Score Yet Everybody's Old Man Maid 1936
No Score Yet The Wedding Night Hezzie Jones 1935
No Score Yet I Live My Life Miss Morrison 1935
No Score Yet Anne of Green Gables Mrs. Blewett 1934
95% Dinner at Eight Tina, Kitty's Maid 1933
No Score Yet No Marriage Ties Fanny Olmstead 1933
No Score Yet Today We Live Eleanor 1933
No Score Yet No Other Woman Governess 1933
No Score Yet Ladies of the Big House Millie 1931
No Score Yet Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise Astrid 1931

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