Mary Howard

Mary Howard

Highest Rated: 83% Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)

Lowest Rated: 50% Sex and the City (2008)

Birthday: May 18, 1913

Birthplace: Not Available

The daughter of Will Rogers, actress Mary Rogers was so anxious to succeed on her own without her dad's help or influence that she billed herself as Mary Howard, and for several years managed to hide her lineage from prospective employees. In films from 1933, she never quite achieved stardom, but she managed to work steadily in features and short subjects. Her screen roles ranged from the heroine in the wacky Olsen and Johnson starrer All Over Town (1937) to Ann Rutledge in Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940). She also appeared in such Broadway productions as On to Fortune and Crime Marches On. Mary Howard retired to private life at the age of 29 and died in the summer of 2009 at age 94.

Highest Rated Movies



50% Sex and the City Vogue Set Dresser $152.6M 2008
80% The Falls Actor 1980
No Score Yet The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe France Allan 1942
No Score Yet Billy the Kid Edith Keating 1941
No Score Yet Swamp Water Hannah 1941
No Score Yet Riders of the Purple Sage Jane Withersteen 1941
83% Abe Lincoln in Illinois Ann Rutledge 1940
No Score Yet Nurse Edith Cavell Nurse O'Brien 1939
No Score Yet Marie Antoinette Olivia 1938
No Score Yet Love Finds Andy Hardy Mrs. Tompkins 1938
No Score Yet Fast Company Leah Brockler 1938
No Score Yet Man-Proof Girl 1938
75% Test Pilot Movie Leading Woman 1938
No Score Yet Sweethearts Chorus Girl 1938
No Score Yet Shopworn Angel Chorus Girl 1938
No Score Yet All Over Town Joan Eldridge 1937
62% The Great Ziegfeld Miss Carlisle 1936
No Score Yet My Weakness Diana Griffith 1933


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