Renée Gadd

Highest Rated: 97% Dead of Night (1945)
Lowest Rated: 97% Dead of Night (1945)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Of European descent, blonde, Argentinean-born Renée Gadd began studying ballet while vacationing in England with her parents. Remaining in Great Britain, she later made her stage debut in the Fokine ballet Hassan and was awarded roles in such West End productions as Supply and Demand and The Man Who Kissed His Wife. Gadd made her screen debut as a comic maid opposite Sir Seymour Hicks in Money for Nothing (1932) and was fast becoming a dependable screen player when Hollywood beckoned in 1934. A competent farceur, she was rather wasted by American producers, but was amenable enough attempting to lure Edward Everett Horton away from wife Genevieve Tobin in Uncertain Lady, (Tobin is agreeable provided that Gadd secures her a replacement hubby in handsome Paul Cavanagh). After briefly being hypnotized by Nils Asther in The Love Captive (1934) and playing a minor role in David O' Selznick's David Copperfield (1935), she returned to the United Kingdom.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Good Time Girl Probation Officer 1948
No Score Yet Frieda Mrs. Freeman 1947
97% Dead of Night Mrs. Craig 1945
No Score Yet They Came to a City Mrs. Stritton 1944
No Score Yet Unpublished Story Miss Hartley 1942
No Score Yet Murder in the Night Woman in Police Station 1940
No Score Yet Man in the Mirror Miss Blake 1936
No Score Yet David Copperfield (The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, & Observation of David Copperfield the Younger) Janet 1935


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