Louise Latimer (Louise Latimer)

Louise Latimer

Actress, Fashion Designer. A Hollywood starlet of the 1930s, she appeared in a dozen films during a brief motion picture career. She made her film debut in the 1934 motion picture “My Mummy’s Arms.” Over the next three years her screen accomplishments would include “There’s Always Tomorrow” (1934), “Two in Revolt” (1936), “Murder on a Bridle Path” (1936), “The Witness Chair” (1936), “Bunker Bean” (1936), “Grand Jury” (1936), “Don’t Turn ’em Loose” (1936), “The Plot Thickens” (1936), “We’re on the Jury” (1937), “California Straight Ahead” (1937) opposite actor John Wayne, and an uncredited role in her final film performance in “Wings Over Honolulu” released in 1937. She began her working career as a fashion model for Macy’s Department Store in New York City before turning her attention to the silver screen. Leaving Hollywood at the age of 21, she returned to her love of fashion work, writing fashion editorials until her retirement. During the Second World War she was active with the American Red Cross and various Catholic charities, helping to promote the war effort. (bio by: Nils M. Solsvik Jr.) Cause of death: Liver Failure due to alcoholism Note: Marker says Louise L. Blaisdell 1913-1973


  • March, 06, 1913
  • USA


  • June, 06, 1973
  • Spain

Cause of Death

  • Liver Failure due to alcoholism 


  • Saint Lawrence Cemetery
  • Connecticut
  • USA

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