• Margaret Tyzack

    1931 - 2011

    Margaret Tyzack (1931 - 2011)

    Award Winning Actress. Noted throughout her career for portraying ladies older than herself, she was a respected star of British stage, screen, and television for more than 50 years. Raised in West Ham, she studied at a private girls’ school and at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts prior to her 1951 professional debut as […]

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  • Margaret Wycherly

    1881 - 1956

    Margaret Wycherly (1881 - 1956)

    Actress. Primarily a stage actress, her fifty year career included forty Broadway plays, twenty-one movies and eleven television appearances. She directed her first Broadway play in 1905 and appeared in “Cashel Byron” on January 9, 1906. She is best remembered for her roles in “The Thirteenth Chair” (1916) and “Tobacco Road” which ran from December […]

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  • Margarete Slezak

    1901 - 1953

    Margarete Slezak (1901 - 1953)

    Margarete Slezak, Opera and Chansonettes singer, film and stage actress. She wrote her biography in German called “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree.” (bio by: Rudi Polt)

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  • Margaretta Scott

    1912 - 2005

    Margaretta Scott (1912 - 2005)

    British Stage, Screen and Television Actress. She had a long career that spanned more than seventy years. She debuted on stage at the age of 14, in Romeo and Juliet. Her screen debut was an uncredited appearance in Alexander Korda’s “The Private Life Of Don Juan” (1934), and she is best remembered for her work […]

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  • Margarita Calahorra

    1970 - 1990

    Margarita Calahorra (1970 - 1990)

    Spanish Stage and Motion Picture Actress. He began her career on stage at the age of 20. Her last play was in Jacinto Benavente’s “La Malquerida”. In 1989, she obtained the Silver Medal of Fine Arts. In films, she is remembered in “La Tia Tula” (1964), “Feroz” (1984), “Tiempo de Silencio” (1986), “El Lute: Camina […]

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  • Margarita Fischer

    1886 - 1975

    Margarita Fischer (1886 - 1975)

    Actress. Born in Missouri Valley, Iowa, she began performing in the theatre at age eight and made her screen debut in “There, Little Girl, Don’t Cry” (1910). She appeared in over 175 silent films to include “The Baby” (1912), “Closed at Ten” (1914), “The Miracle of Life” (1915), “The Tiger-Lily” (1919), “Any Woman” (1925) and […]

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  • Margarita Sierra

    1936 - 1963

    Margarita Sierra (1936 - 1963)

    Spanish-born motion picture and television actress. Had a role on the 1960s TV series “Surfside 6,” which starred Troy Donahue. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Margarita Xirgu

    1888 - 1969

    Margarita Xirgu (1888 - 1969)

    Noted Spanish-born stage actress. She was a friend of the poet Federico García Lorca and was forced to exile during Franco’s dictatorship. She developed her career in Spain and America. She is remembered on stage in plays such as “Como tù me Deseas,” “Mariana Pineda,” and “La Casa de Bernarda Alba.” Originally buried at Cementerio […]

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  • Margaux Louise Hemingway

    1954 - 1996

    Margaux Louise Hemingway (1954 - 1996)

    Movie Actress and Model.  She was featured in 16 films, from 1976 to 1996, most of the films were minor. Born in Portland, Oregon, she grew up on a farm in Ketchum, Idaho.  Her father, Jack Hemingway, was the son of Nobel prize author Ernest Hemingway.  By 1975, when she was 21, she had a […]

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  • Margerie Bonner Lowry

    1905 - 1988

    Margerie Bonner Lowry (1905 - 1988)

    Actress, Author, Editor. The younger sister of silent screen star Priscilla Bonner, she also appeared in several films (spelling her first name Marjorie), among them Cecil B. De Mille’s “King of Kings” (1927),  “The Sign of the Cross” (1932),  and “Cleopatra” (1934).  By the late 1930’s her movie career was over and she was working […]

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  • Margery Jane Ross

    1920 - 1992

    Margery Jane Ross (1920 - 1992)

    Actress. Best recalled for portrayal of Barbara Bush.  Family links:  Parents:  Harold L. Ross (1894 – 1942)

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  • Margery Kimball Clifford

    1908 - 2000

    Margery Kimball Clifford (1908 - 2000)

    Author. The wife of former Defense Secretary and presidential adviser Clark M. Clifford, she founded and became the first president of the St. Louis Opera Guild. She was a graduate of the Fannie Farmer School of Cooking in Boston and the author in 1972 of her own cookbook, “Marny Clifford’s Washington Cookbook.” In 1985 she […]

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  • Margery Louise Allingham

    1904 - 1966

    Margery Louise Allingham (1904 - 1966)

    Author. She was educated the Perse School for Girls, Cambridge, and while there wrote stories and plays, her first published work appearing in her aunt’s magazine when she was only eight years old. She studied drama at the Regent Street Polytechnic from 1920, and during this time wrote several plays and published her first novel, […]

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  • Margie Hines

    1909 - 2011

    Margie Hines (1909 - 2011)

    Margret “Margie” Hines was an American voice actress. She was known for her work as a voice artist at Fleischer Studios, where she voiced Olive Oyl in the Popeye the Sailor cartoons from 1939 to 1944. Margie Hines was the first voice actress for Fleischer’s cartoon character Betty Boop, who debuted in the cartoon short […]

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  • Margie Liszt

    1909 - 1992

    Margie Liszt (1909 - 1992)

    Actress. Best known for roles in the Three Stooges shorts, and television of the 1950’s and 1960’s. She began with uncredited roles at Columbia Pictures, in “Life with Blondie”(1945) and “Blondie’s Lucky Day”(1946). Her Three Stooges short films included “Babysitters Jitters”(1951), “The Tooth Will Out”(1951), “Pest Man Wins”(1951), and “Income Tax Sappy”(1954). Among her numerous […]

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  • Margie Velma Bullard Barfield

    1932 - 1984

    Margie Velma Bullard Barfield (1932 - 1984)

    The subject of Jerry Bledsoe’s 1998 book, “Death Penalty,” Velma Barfield was the first woman executed in the United States since 1962 for the arsenic murder of Stuart Taylor, her fiance. It was later discovered that she had also killed her own mother, Lillie Bullard; three people for whom she served as caretaker, Montgomery Edwards […]

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  • Margit Lukacs

    1914 - 2002

    Margit Lukacs (1914 - 2002)

    Actress. A leading star of the Hungarian stage, she was famed for her performances in the classic repertory. Her notable portayals included Lady Macbeth in “Macbeth”, the title role of “Antigone”, Clytemnestra in “Elektra”,  Elmira in “Tartuffe”,  Cleopatra in “Antony and Cleopatra”,  Jelena in “Uncle Vanya”,  and the lead (spoken) part in Arthur Honegger’s oratorio […]

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  • Margo Albert

    1917 - 1985

    Margo Albert (1917 - 1985)

    Actress. Born María Marguerita Guadalupe Teresa Estela Bolado, she acted mostly under the singular name of “Margo”, and often showcased her dancing ability in her roles. He best known role was as “Maria” in the 1937 film “Lost Horizon.” She was the wife of actor Eddie Albert, mother of actor Edward Albert and niece of […]

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  • Margo Morgan

    1897 - 1962

    Margo Morgan (1897 - 1962)

    Stage actress/entertainer. ‘Margo Morgan’ was her professional name.  Family links:  Parents:  George J Pfiester (1860 – 1946)  Susan Weiske Pfiester (1869 – 1940)  Spouse:  Victor Edward Rockwood (1903 – 1981)  Siblings:  Corrine Elizabeth Pfiester Mitchell (1892 – 1991)*  Arthur F Pfiester (1894 – 1979)*  Margo Morgan (1897 – 1962) *Calculated relationship

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  • Margot Cottens

    1922 - 1999

    Margot Cottens (1922 - 1999)

    Actress. She was born in Montevideo (Uruguay) and died in Madrid (Spain). After working in Montevideo on stage and television, she moved to Spain in 1960. Here, she developed the rest of her career on screen and stage, often in comedic roles. She appeared in “El Conde de Montecristo” (1953), “Margatira se Llama mi Amor” […]

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  • Margot Cottens

    1922 - 1999

    Margot Cottens (1922 - 1999)

    Actress. She was born in Montevideo (Uruguay) and died in Madrid (Spain). After working in Montevideo on stage and television, she moved to Spain in 1960. Here, she developed the rest of her career on screen and stage, often in comedic roles. She appeared in “El Conde de Montecristo” (1953), “Margatira se Llama mi Amor” […]

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  • Margot Mahler

    1948 - 1997

    Margot Mahler (1948 - 1997)

    Actress. Best known for many supporting parts in German comedies and tv-series. She appeared in comedies like “Hurra – Die Schwedinnen sind da,” “Champagner aus dem Knobelbecher,” “Meister Eder und sein Punuckl,” and many other roles. (bio by: Markus Brunner) Cause of death: Cancer

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  • Margot Stevenson

    1912 - 2011

    Margot Stevenson (1912 - 2011)

    Actress. Out of a long and multi-faceted career she shall probably be remembered as Margot Lane on radio’s “The Shadow”. Raised in New York City, she made her Broadway debut in 1932’s “The Firebird”; over the years she was to amass around 20 credits on the Great White Way including “Venus Observed” and “The Barretts […]

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  • Marguerite Chapman

    1918 - 1999

    Marguerite Chapman (1918 - 1999)

    Marguerite Chapman (March 9, 1918 – August 31, 1999) was an American actress. Born in Chatham, New York, she was working as a telephone switchboard operator in White Plains, New York when her good looks brought about the opportunity to pursue a career in modeling. Signed by the John Robert Powers Agency in New York City, […]

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  • Marguerite Chapman

    1918 - 1999

    Marguerite Chapman (1918 - 1999)

    Actress. She played tough but alluring leading ladies in B and occasional A films of the 1940s, including “Spy Smasher” (1942), “Murder in Times Square” (1943), “Destroyer” (1943), “Appointment in Berlin” (1943),  “The Walls Came Tumbling Down” (1946),  “Relentless” (1948),  and “The Green Promise” (1949).  Chapman was born in Chatham,  New York,  and made her […]

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  • Marguerite Clark

    1883 - 1940

    Marguerite Clark (1883 - 1940)

    Marguerite Clark Broadway and Silent Movie Actress. After a successful stage career, she starred in a number of Hollywood productions. Raised in Cincinnati, she graduated from a Catholic boarding school at 16, then left to persue her show business ambitions. After working in Baltimore as a chorus girl in 1899, Marguerite made her Broadway bow […]

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  • Marguerite Courtot

    1897 - 1986

    Marguerite Courtot (1897 - 1986)

    Actress. Lovely leading lady of silent films.  Born in Summit, New Jersey,  she worked as a model before entering films at the age of 14.  Courtot’s credits include “The Octoroon” (1913), “The Ventures of Marguerite” (1915), “The Dead Alive” (1916), “The Kiss” (1916), “Crime and Punishment” (1917), “The Velvet Finger” (1920), “The Yellow Arm” (1921) […]

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  • Marguerite de La Motte

    1902 - 1950

    Marguerite de La Motte (1902 - 1950)

    Marguerite de La Motte The actress Marguerite de la Motte made an education as a dancer, among others she was also taught by the great ballet dancer Anna Pavlova. She already joined the film business in 1918 and in her first movie she already appeared at Douglas Fairbanks’ side in “Arizona” (18). Together with Fairbanks […]

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  • Marguerite Duras

    1914 - 1996

    Marguerite Duras (1914 - 1996)

    Marguerite Duras was the author of many novels, plays, films, interviews, essays, and short fiction, including her best-selling, highly fictionalized autobiographical work L’Amant (1984), translated into English as The Lover, which describes her youthful affair with a Chinese man. This text won the Goncourt prize in 1984. The story of her adolescence also appears in […]

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  • Marguerite F Bertrandias

    1891 - 1968

    Marguerite F Bertrandias (1891 - 1968)

    Actress. Appearing in more than 60 Westerns melodramas, she was ‘Margaret Fowler’ in “A Daughter of the City,” (1915) ‘Mary Lawton’ in “The Man of Bronze,” (1918) ‘Eileen Arden’ in “Forbidden Lover” (1923) and ‘Julia’ in “The Palm Beach Girl”(1926). She died for injuries from road accident. (bio by: MC)  Family links:  Spouse:  Victor Emile […]

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