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Gertrude Michael (Lillian Gertrude Michael)

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Talladega, Alabama, USA
Gertrude Michael was born in Talledega, Alabama on June 1, 1911. After graduating from high school, she appeared on radio, as a musician and "Home Arts" advisor. She attended the University of Alabama and Converse College, Cincinnati. It was in Cincinnati, in 1929, that she made her stage debut in a stock company headed by Stuart Walker. She subsequently appeared on Broadway in Rachel Crothers' "Caught Wet" (1931). She entered the movies playing Richard Arlen's fiancée in Wayward (1932). Arguably her best remembered role is the jealous "Rita Ross" of Murder at the Vanities (1934). Read more...

Actor

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Character: Alicia Hatton

I'm No Angel 1933

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Character: Mona Dolphin

Ann Vickers 1933

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Character: Lady D'Argon

Bolero 1934

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Character: Rita Ross

Murder at the Vanities 1934

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Character: Jean Strange

Search for Beauty 1934

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Character: Magda Delys aka Sadie

I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby 1940

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Character: Clarice Sheldon

The Farmer's Daughter 1940

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Character: Nora Brooks

Faces in the Fog 1944

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Character: Olga Valerie Lewis

No Escape 1953

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Character: Georgia Harrison

Caged 1950

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Character: Jessica Stafford

Mr. Dodd Takes the Air 1937

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Character: Mrs. Whitson

That Wonderful Urge 1948

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