Margaret Sullavan

Birthday: May 16, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
As a child, suffered from muscular weakness in the legs.Was student body president in high school.Worked as a clerk in the Harvard Cooperative Bookstore (The Coop).While attending Harvard University, performed with the University Players along side James Stewart, Henry Fonda and Kent Smith.Studied dance at the Denishawn School of Dance and drama at the E. E. Clive's Copley Theatre Dramatic School.Suffered from a congenital hearing defect, otosclerosis, that caused her to hear low tones better and caused her voice to develop a distintive throatiness.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet No Sad Songs for Me Mary Scott 1950
No Score Yet Back Street Actor 1941
No Score Yet So Ends Our Night Ruth Holland 1941
100% The Shop Around the Corner Klara Novak 1940
100% The Mortal Storm Freya Roth 1940
No Score Yet Land of Liberty Actor 1939
No Score Yet The Shining Hour Judy Linden 1938
100% Three Comrades Pat 1938
No Score Yet Shopworn Angel Daisy Heath 1938
No Score Yet The Moon's Our Home Sarah Brown/Cherry Chester 1936
No Score Yet The Good Fairy Luisa 'Lu' Ginglebuscher 1935
No Score Yet Little Man, What Now? Lammchen Pinneberg 1934
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Mary Lane 1933