Jane Bryan

Jane Bryan

Highest Rated: 100% Kid Galahad (1937)

Lowest Rated: 80% A Slight Case of Murder (1938)

Birthday: Jun 11, 1918

Birthplace: Not Available

Born in Hollywood, actress Jane Bryan sought out work in her hometown's biggest industry the moment she was legally able to work. Signed to a Warner Bros. contract in 1937, she played a few conventional ingénue parts in films like Kid Galahad (1937), but was far more effective in roles calling for disillusionment in pathos, notably her work as Bette Davis' sister in Marked Woman (1937). Her finest screen performance was as the foredoomed mistress of unhappily married doctor Paul Muni in We Are Not Alone (1940). Jane Bryan's film career was abruptly and voluntarily terminated in 1940 when she married the president of the Rexall Drug Store chain.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Brother Rat and a Baby (Baby Be Good) Kate Edwards 1940
No Score Yet Invisible Stripes Peggy 1939
No Score Yet We Are Not Alone Leni-Krafft 1939
No Score Yet The Old Maid Tina 1939
No Score Yet Each Dawn I Die Joyce 1939
No Score Yet These Glamour Girls Carol Christy 1939
No Score Yet Brother Rat Kate Rice 1938
No Score Yet The Sisters Grace Elliott 1938
80% A Slight Case of Murder Mary Marco 1938
No Score Yet Confession Lisa Koslov 1937
100% Kid Galahad Marie Donati 1937
100% Marked Woman Betty Strauber 1937
No Score Yet Cherokee Strip Janie Walton 1937
No Score Yet The Case of the Black Cat Wilma 1936


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