Marguerite Churchill

Marguerite Churchill

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Big Trail (1930)
  • Lowest Rated: 55% Dracula's Daughter (1936)
  • Birthday: Dec 25, 1910
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Actress Marguerite Churchill journeyed from her native Kansas City to New York as a child. She was trained for a theatrical career at Professional Children's School and Theatre Guild Drama School, and was on Broadway before reaching the age of 14. In 1929, she was signed to a Fox Studios contract; her first film was The Valiant (1929), in which she co-starred with Paul Muni. Dissatisfied with the sort of roles assigned her at Fox, Marguerite returned to Broadway, where she appeared in Kaufman and Ferber's Dinner at Eight (1933). She gave Hollywood a second chance in 1935, but except for her intriguing damsel-in-distress portrayal in Dracula's Daughter (1936), most of her film roles were eminently forgettable. She left films again in 1936 to spend more time with her husband, cowboy star George O'Brien; after the breakup of their marriage in 1948, Ms. Churchill made one final screen appearance in the RKO "B" Bunco Squad (1950).

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No Score Yet Bunco Squad Barbara Madison 1950
93% The Awful Truth Barbara Vance 1937
No Score Yet The Walking Dead Nancy 1936
55% Dracula's Daughter Janet 1936
No Score Yet Girls Demand Excitement Miriam 1931
No Score Yet Quick Millions Dorothy Stone 1931
No Score Yet Ambassador Bill Queen Vania 1931
No Score Yet Born Reckless Rosa Beretti 1930
100% The Big Trail Ruth Cameron 1930
No Score Yet Seven Faces Helene Berthelot 1929
No Score Yet They Had to See Paris Opal Peters 1929
No Score Yet The Valiant Mary Douglas 1929


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