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Marilyn Nash was planning on a career as a doctor when, while a student at the University of Arizona, she visited Los Angeles and met Charles Chaplin, who placed her under contract (starting at $50 a week) and cast her in his production Monsieur Verdoux (1947). She appeared in a second and last film, the science-fiction Unknown World (1951), four years later. She also acted on live TV and in many plays during this period. Nash later relocated to Oroville, California, where she was so active in the community that she was soon nicknamed "Mrs. Oroville. Read more... "director for films shot in that area.