Margot Grahame

Margot Grahame

Highest Rated: 100% The Crimson Pirate (1952)

Lowest Rated: 27% Saint Joan (1957)

Birthday: Feb 20, 1911

Birthplace: Not Available

Born in England and educated in South Africa, actress Margot Grahame made her stage debut with a stock company in Durban. From there, she went into British repertory, then into talking pictures, the first being 1930's The Love Bandit. A pouty blonde with an air of calculated coyness, Grahame was a popular British leading lady of the early '30s. She was brought to America to co-star as Victor McLaglen's trampy girlfriend in John Ford's The Informer (1935), which led to a brief contract with RKO. Grahame's follow-up film, Three Musketeers (1935), found her cast as a depressingly dour Milady DeWinter; nor were her next RKO "B"-ventures, Night Waitress (1936) and Two in the Dark (1936), truly worthwhile vehicles. After finishing up her RKO obligations in 1937, Grahame returned to the British stage, remaining off screen until 1944's The Shipbuilders. Margot Grahame continued appearing in films as a character actress, wrapping up her film career in Otto Preminger's Saint Joan (1957).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Orders Are Orders Actor 2013
27% Saint Joan Duchesse de la Tremouille 1957
No Score Yet The Beggar's Opera Actress 1953
100% The Crimson Pirate Bianca 1952
No Score Yet The Romantic Age Helen Dickson 1949
No Score Yet Magia Negra Mme. Dubarry 1949
No Score Yet The Fabulous Joe Actor 1947
No Score Yet The Buccaneer Annette de Remy 1938
No Score Yet Crime Over London Pearl Dupres 1936
No Score Yet The Three Musketeers Milady de Winter 1935
93% The Informer Katie Madden 1935
No Score Yet Broken Melody Simone St. Cloud 1934
No Score Yet Sorrell and Son Mrs. Dora Sorrell 1934
No Score Yet Illegal Dorothy Dixon 1932


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