Joan Marsh

Joan Marsh
1913 - 2000

Joan Marsh  American Actress


Joan Marsh (July 10, 1913 – August 10, 2000), born Nancy Ann Rosher, and briefly known as Dorothy D. Rosher, was an American film actress. Her father was Charles Rosher, an award-winning cinematographer. She was a child actress before becoming an adu...

Confirmed Relationships2
Longest Relationship51 yrs
Shortest Relationship5 yrs, 7 mths
Average Relationship Length28 yrs, 3 mths
First Name Joan
Middle Name Ann
Last Name Marsh
Full Name at Birth Nancy Ann Rosher
Age 87 (age at death) years
Birthday 10th July, 1913
Birthplace Porterville, California
Died 10th August, 2000
Place of Death Ojai, California
Cause of Death Unspecified
Height 5' 2" (157 cm)
Weight 118lbs (54 kg)
Build Average
Hair Color Blonde
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actress
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame You're Telling Me!, WAMPAS Baby Star of 1931
Year(s) Active 1915–1944
Father Charles rosher
Brother Charles Rosher Jr
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Joan Marsh87 CancerActress
John D. W. Morrill90 Sagittarius
Charles Belden50 TaurusScreenwriter


Follow the Leader1944 Milly McGinnis Movie
Keep 'Em Slugging1943 Lela Movie
Mr. Muggs Steps Out1943 Brenda Murray Movie
Secret Service in Darkest Africa1943 Janet Blake Movie
The Man in the Trunk1942 Yvonne Duvalle Movie
Police Bullets1942 Donna Wells Movie
Road to Zanzibar1941 Dimples Movie
Blame It on Love1940 Terry Arden Short Film
Fast and Loose1939 Bobby Neville Movie
Idiot's Delight1939 Elaine Messiger Movie
The Lady Objects1938 June Lane Movie
Charlie Chan on Broadway1937 Joan Wendall Movie
Life Begins in College1937 Cuddles Movie
Hot Water1937 Bebe Montaine Movie
Dancing Feet1936 Judy Jones Movie
What Becomes of the Children?1936 Marion Worthington Movie
Brilliant Marriage1936 Madge Allison Movie
Anna Karenina1935 Lili Movie
Champagne for Breakfast1935 Vivian Morton Movie
You're Telling Me!1934 Pauline Bisbee Movie
Many Happy Returns1934 Florence Allen Movie
We're Rich Again1934 Carolyn 'Carrie' Page Movie
High Gear1933 Anne Merritt Movie
It's Great to Be Alive1933 Toots Movie
Rainbow Over Broadway1933 Judy Chibbins Movie
Three Cornered Moon1933 Kitty Movie
Daring Daughters1933 Betty Cummings Movie
The Man Who Dared1933 Joan Novak Movie
Uncle Jake1933 Joan - Wife Movie
That's My Boy1932 Co-ed (uncredited) Movie
The Wet Parade1932 Evelyn Fessenden Movie
Are You Listening? (film)1932 Honey O'Neil Movie
Bachelor's Affairs1932 Eva Mills Movie
Speed Demon1932 Jean Torrance Movie
Dance, Fools, Dance1931 Sylvia Movie
Inspiration1931 Madeleine Dorety Movie
Maker of Men1931 Dorothy Movie
Three Girls Lost1931 Marcia Tallant Movie
Politics1931 Daisy Evans Movie
Shipmates1931 Mary Lou Movie
Meet the Wife1931 Doris Bellamy Movie
A Tailor Made Man1931 Beanie Movie
Framed!1931 Short Film
The Lady Killer1931 Short Film
All Quiet on the Western Front1930 Poster Girl (uncredited) Movie
King of Jazz1930 Blonde ("A Bench in the Park") (uncredited) Movie
Little Accident1930 Doris Movie
Hammer and Tongs1930 Short Film
Kid Roberts1930 Short Film
The Knockout1930 Short Film
Mardi Gras, The1930 Movie
Little Lord Fauntleroy1921 Movie
Pollyanna1920 Bit Role (uncredited) Movie
Suds1920 Undetermined Role (uncredited) Movie
Thou Art the Man1920 Ellie Prescott (as Dorothy Rosher) Movie
Young Mrs. Winthrop1920 Rosie (as Dorothy Rosher) Movie
Daddy-Long-Legs1919 Movie
Captain Kidd, Jr.1919 Child (uncredited) Movie
The Bond1918 Cupid Short Film
Johanna Enlists1918 Movie
How Could You Jean?1918 Morley Child (as Dorothy Rosher) Movie
Women's Weapons1918 Nicholas Jr.'s Sister (as Dorothy Rosher) Movie
One Hundred Percent American1918 Short Film
The Little Princess1917 Child Movie
Hearts Aflame1915 Child (as Dorothy Rosher) Movie
The Mad Maid of the Forest1915 The Child (uncredited) Short Film
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