Nell O'Day

Birthday: Sep 22, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
Although she enjoyed a varied career that including silent films (Don Juan, 1926), early talkies, Broadway musicals (Fine and Dandy, 1930), and revues (John Murray Anderson's One for the Money, 1939), brunette Nell O'Day is solely remembered for her 13 B-Westerns opposite Johnny Mack Brown at Universal 1940-1942. Although no longer in the full bloom of youth, O'Day became known for her daring and had only rarely used her double, the legendary Babe DeFreest. She left films in 1943 to marry screen actor Larry Williams but returned to the legitimate stage after their divorce and also performed on early television. O'Day became a noted short-story writer late in life and reportedly even had a play produced by BBC Television.

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No Score Yet Boss of Rawhide Mary Colby 1944
No Score Yet Pirates of the Prairie Helen Spencer 1942
No Score Yet The Mystery of Marie Roget Camille Roget 1942
No Score Yet Arizona Stage Coach Actor 1942
No Score Yet Arizona Stagecoach Dorrie Willard 1942
No Score Yet Stagecoach Buckaroo Molly 1942
100% Never Give a Sucker an Even Break Salesgirl 1941
No Score Yet Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Actor 1941
No Score Yet Arizona Cyclone Claire Randolph 1941
No Score Yet Rawhide Rangers Patti 1941
No Score Yet Man from Montana Sally 1941
No Score Yet Law of the Range Mary 1941
No Score Yet Boss of Bullion City Martha Hadley 1941
No Score Yet Law and Order Sally Dixon 1940
No Score Yet Ragtime Cowboy Joe Helen 1940
No Score Yet Pony Post Norma Reeves 1940
No Score Yet Convention Girl Daley 1935
No Score Yet Woman in the Dark Helen Grant 1934
No Score Yet The Road to Ruin Eve Monroe 1934


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