Marion Davies

Marion Davies
1897 - 1961

Marion Davies  American Actress


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Marion Davies passed away on 22nd Sep 1961 aged 64.


Marion Davies was previously married to Horace G. Brown (1951 - 1961).

She was in relationships with Leslie Howard (1931), Charles Chaplin (1924 - 1931), William Randolph Hearst (1917 - 1951), Johnny Mack Brown, Joel McCrea, Frank Borzage, Paul Block, Paul Block (newspaper publisher) and Marshall Neilan.

Marion Davies had encounters with Clark Gable (1936), Joseph P. Kennedy, Rudolph Valentino and Bruce Cabot.


American Actress Marion Davies was born Marion Cecelia Douras on 3rd January, 1897 in Brooklyn, New York, USA and passed away on 22nd Sep 1961 Hollywood, California, USA aged 64. She is most remembered for The Mistress of William Randolph Hearst. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Marion Davies was in 3 on-screen matchups, including Bing Crosby in Going Hollywood (1933), Leslie Howard in Five and Ten (1931) and Clark Gable in Cain and Mabel (1936).

Marion Davies is a member of the following lists: Women memoirists, American women screenwriters and Actresses from New York City.


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Relationship Statistics

Married1 11 years, 8 months - -
Dating9 86 years, 10 months 14 years, 1 month 7 years
Encounter4 81 years, 10 months 20 years, 3 months -
Total14 86 years, 10 months 16 years, 7 months 7 years


First Name Marion
Middle Name Cecelia
Last Name Davies
Full Name at Birth Marion Cecelia Douras
Age 64 (age at death) years
Birthday 3rd January, 1897
Birthplace Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died 22nd September, 1961
Place of Death Hollywood, California, USA
Cause of Death Stomach Cancer
Height 5' 5" (165 cm)
Build Slim
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actress
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame The Mistress of William Randolph Hearst
Year(s) Active 1917–1937, 1914-1937
Father Herbert Douras
Mother Rose Reilly
Brother Charles
Sister Rose, Ethel, Reine Davies
Friend Norma Shearer, Mary Pickford, Irving Thalberg, Louis B. Mayer, John Barrymore, Jesse Lasky, Sam Goldwyn, Frances Goldwyn, Harold Lloyd, Mildred Lloyd, Harry Crocker, Roscoe Arbuckle, Anita Page, John Kennedy, David Niven, Eleanor Boardman, George Bernard Shaw, Pickles St. Claire, Louise Brooks, Norma Talmadge, Barbara Weeks, Billie Dove, Nita Naldi, Dorothy Mackaill, Eleanor Powell
Favorite Colors Pale Blue

Marion Davies (January 3, 1897 – September 22, 1961) was an American film actress, producer, screenwriter, and philanthropist.

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Partner Comparison

Marion Davies64 CapricornActress
Horace G. Brown89 Sagittarius
Clark Gable59 AquariusActor
Leslie Howard50 AriesActor
Charles Chaplin88 AriesActor
William Randolph Hearst88 TaurusBusiness
Paul Block63 Scorpio
Paul Block (newspaper publisher)63 Scorpio
Marshall Neilan67 AriesActor
Rudolph Valentino31 TaurusActor
Bruce Cabot68 AriesActor
Johnny Mack Brown70 VirgoActor
Joel McCrea84 ScorpioActor
Joseph P. Kennedy81 VirgoBusiness
Frank Borzage68 TaurusDirector
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Ever Since Eve1937Marge WintonMovie
Cain and Mabel1936Mabel O'DareMovie
Hearts Divided1936Betsy PattersonMovie
Page Miss Glory1935LorettaMovie
Operator 131934Gail LovelessMovie
Going Hollywood1933Sylvia BruceMovie
Peg o' My Heart1933Margaret 'Peg' O'ConnellMovie
Blondie of the Follies1932BlondieMovie
Polly of the Circus1932PollyMovie
Five and Ten1931Jennifer RarickMovie
The Bachelor Father1931Antoinette 'Tony' FlaggMovie
It's a Wise Child1931Joyce StantonMovie
The Christmas Party1931Marion Davies (uncredited)Short Film
Not So Dumb1930DulcyMovie
The Florodora Girl1930DaisyMovie
Show People1928Peggy PepperMovie
The Cardboard Lover1928SallyMovie
The Patsy1928Patricia HarringtonMovie
The Five O'Clock Girl1928Patricia BrownMovie
Quality Street1927Phoebe ThrosselMovie
The Red Mill1927TinaMovie
The Fair Co-Ed1927MarionMovie
Tillie the Toiler1927Tillie JonesMovie
Beverly of Graustark1926Beverly CalhounMovie
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ1925Chariot Race Spectator (uncredited)Movie
Lights of Old Broadway1925Fely, AnneMovie
Zander the Great1925Mamie SmithMovie
Janice Meredith1924Janice MaredithMovie
Yolanda1924Princess Mary, YolandaMovie
Little Old New York1923Patricia O'DayMovie
The Pilgrim1923Congregation Member (uncredited)Movie
Adam and Eva1923Eva KingMovie
Beauty's Worth1922Prudence ColeMovie
When Knighthood Was in Flower1922Mary TudorMovie
Bride's Play1922Enid of Cashel, Aileen BarrettMovie
The Young Diana1922Diana MayMovie
Enchantment1921Ethel HoytMovie
Buried Treasure1921Pauline VandermuellenMovie
The Restless Sex1920Stephanie ClelandMovie
April Folly1920April PooleMovie
The Belle of New York1919Violet GrayMovie
The Cinema Murder1919Elizabeth DalstonMovie
The Dark Star1919Rue CarewMovie
Getting Mary Married1919Mary BussardMovie
Cecilia of the Pink Roses1918CeciliaMovie
The Burden of Proof1918Elaine BrooksMovie
Runaway, Romany1917RomanyMovie
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Posted commentsView all comments (8)

wjerryzNov 4, 2015

Marion was always a talented and beautiful caress. I revel at the comical facial expressions in some of her movies. Really funny

wjerryzMar 12, 2015

She was a sweetheart. I enjoyed her movies. Always remember her.

mrbubiAug 4, 2012

Marion lived her own life without asking permission!

Shannon750Feb 21, 2011


buntingJul 11, 2009

Peg`O Everyone`s Heart !! Absolutely The Best !!!

PhilFeb 23, 2009

Perfection !!!

jakeOct 12, 2008

One of the Greatest Actresses of our time !!

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