Marjorie Weaver

Marjorie Weaver

Highest Rated: 100% Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)

Lowest Rated: 100% Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)

Birthday: Mar 2, 1913

Birthplace: Not Available

Educated at the University of Kentucky and the University of Indiana, Marjorie Weaver was a band singer, model, and stock-company actress before making her first film appearance in Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round. From 1936 to 1942, Weaver was under contract to 20th Century-Fox, where she played any number of nice but no-nonsense leading ladies. Her co-stars during this period ranged from Henry Fonda to the Ritz Brothers. Her most notable assignment was the role of Mary Todd in John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln (1939). After serving as Lloyd Nolan's vis-a-vis in the first two "Michael Shayne" B mysteries, Marjorie Weaver free-lanced; she made her last starring appearance at Republic in 1945, re-emerging seven years later to play an unbilled supporting role in Fox's We're Not Married.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet We're Not Married Ruthie 1952
No Score Yet Fashion Model Peggy Rooney 1945
No Score Yet Leave It to Blondie Rita Rogers 1945
No Score Yet The Great Alaskan Mystery Ruth Miller 1944
No Score Yet Let's Face It Jean Blanchard 1943
No Score Yet Just Off Broadway Judy Taylor 1942
No Score Yet The Man Who Wouldn't Die Catherine Wolff 1942
No Score Yet Maryland Georgie Tomlin 1940
No Score Yet Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise Paula Drake 1940
No Score Yet Murder over New York Patricia Shaw 1940
No Score Yet Michael Shayne, Private Detective Phyllis Brighton 1940
100% Young Mr. Lincoln Mary Todd 1939
No Score Yet The Cisco Kid and the Lady Julie Lawson 1939
No Score Yet Hold That Co-Ed Marjorie 1938
No Score Yet Three Blind Mice Moira Charters 1938
No Score Yet Kentucky Moonshine Caroline 1938
No Score Yet Second Honeymoon Joy 1937
No Score Yet This Is My Affair Miss Blackburn 1937
No Score Yet Life Begins in College Miss Murphy 1937
No Score Yet Gentleman from California Rosalia Miller 1937
100% Gold Diggers of 1935 Girl 1935


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