Lynn Merrick

Lynn Merrick

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  • Birthday: Nov 19, 1919
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  • American actress Lynn Merrick was billing herself as Marilyn Merrick when she began playing western ingenues in 1938. Merrick's most frequent co-star during her formative film years was Republic cowboy hero Don "Red" Berry. Shortening her first name from Marilyn to Lynn, she signed on with Columbia in 1941. During the war years, she was an all-purpose heroine in such Columbia "B"-picture series as "Boston Blackie," "Crime Doctor" and "The Whistler". Her best performance was as pretentious drama student Eve Sharon in the lively mystery Nine Girls (1944). Lynn Merrick retired from films in 1948. She died at her home in West Palm Beach, Florida, on March 25, 2007, after a long illness.

Filmography

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No Score Yet Down to Earth Muse 1947
No Score Yet A Close Call for Boston Blackie Geraldine 1946
No Score Yet Voice of the Whistler Joan Martin Sinclair 1945
No Score Yet The Blonde from Brooklyn Actor 1945
No Score Yet Boston Blackie Booked on Suspicion Gloria Mannard 1945
No Score Yet Crime Doctor's Strangest Case Ellen Trotter 1943
No Score Yet Dangerous Blondes May Ralston 1943
No Score Yet Youth on Parade Emmy Lou Piper 1943
No Score Yet The Sombrero Kid Dorothy Russell 1942
No Score Yet Sis Hopkins Phyllis 1941
No Score Yet Dr. Christian Meets the Women Kitty Browning 1940
No Score Yet 'Til We Meet Again Her Daughter 1940
No Score Yet Ragtime Cowboy Joe Mary 1940

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