Trudy Marshall

Trudy Marshall

Highest Rated: 100% The Fighting Sullivans (1944)

Lowest Rated: 85% Heaven Can Wait (1943)

Birthday: Feb 14, 1922

Birthplace: Not Available

A former New York model, Trudy Marshall came to Hollywood in 1942 when signed to a 20th Century-Fox contract. Few of her roles at Fox were of much consequence; among the actress' more pleasant memories from this period was her ingenue stint in the Laurel and Hardy comedy The Dancing Masters (1943). After her Fox years, Marshall was best represented as shadowy "other women," notably in the 1947 Red Skelton vehicle The Fuller Brush Man. Trudy Marshall is the mother of actress Deborah Raffin.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Willa Lady Trucker 1979
No Score Yet Man from Atlantis Woman at Party 1977
No Score Yet Married Too Young Susan Newton 1962
No Score Yet Full of Life Nora Gregory 1956
No Score Yet The President's Lady Jane 1953
No Score Yet Mark of the Gorilla Barbara Bentley 1950
No Score Yet Barbary Pirate Anne Ridgeway 1949
No Score Yet The Fuller Brush Man Sara 1948
No Score Yet Boston Blackie and the Law Irene 1946
No Score Yet Dragonwyck Elizabeth Van Borden 1946
No Score Yet Sentimental Journey Ruth 1946
No Score Yet Talk About a Lady Toni Marlowe 1946
No Score Yet The Dolly Sisters Leonore 1945
No Score Yet The Purple Heart Mrs. Ross 1944
100% The Fighting Sullivans Genevieve 1944
No Score Yet The Dancing Masters Trudy Harlan 1943
85% Heaven Can Wait Jane 1943
No Score Yet Crash Dive Telephone Operator 1943
No Score Yet Springtime in the Rockies Marilyn 1942
No Score Yet Footlight Serenade Secretary 1942


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