Ruth Taylor  American Actress

Current Status

Ruth Taylor passed away on 12th Apr 1984 aged 79.


Ruth Taylor was previously married to Paul S. Zuckerman (1930 - 1965).

Ruth Taylor had a son named Buck Henry, age 85.


Ruth Taylor is a 79 year old American Actress. Born Ruth Alice Taylor on 13th January, 1905 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she is famous for Lorelei in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, WAMPAS Baby Star of 1928. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Ruth Taylor is a member of the following lists: Actresses from Portland, Oregon, 20th-century American actresses and Actors from Portland, Oregon.


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Dating History

Partner Comparison

Ruth Taylor79 CapricornActress
Paul S. Zuckerman-Business


Buck Henry
Male9th December, 193085 years old


Scrappily Married1930Short Film
The College Coquette1929Betty ForresterMovie
This Thing Called Love1929DollyMovie
A Hint to Brides1929The Newlywed WifeShort Film
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes1928Lorelei LeeMovie
Just Married1928RobertaMovie
Broke in China1927Ruth - Donald's SweetheartShort Film
Cured in the Excitement1927NurseMovie
Daddy Boy1927Basketball GirlMovie
The Jolly Jilter1927Alma's MaidShort Film
Pride of Pikeville, The1927Ruth HawkinsMovie
College Kiddo, The1927Ruth Albright - Eddie's SweetheartMovie
A Dozen Socks1927Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)Short Film
For Sale, a Bungalow1927The StenographerShort Film
Smith's Modiste Shop1927Minor Role (uncredited)Movie
Trimmed in Gold1926Minor Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)Movie
Whispering Whiskers1926Woman in Dining Car (uncredited)Short Film
A Blonde's Revenge1926Ruth BrownShort Film
Flirty Four-Flushers1926Slumming GirlMovie
Love Sundae, A1926Maudie ParkerMovie
Muscle Bound Music1926Minor Role (uncredited)Movie
Puppy Lovetime1926May DayeMovie
Wandering Willies1926NurseShort Film
Kitty from Killarney1926Bit Role (uncredited)Short Film
Yankee Doodle Duke, A1926Ruth OsbornMovie
The Perils of Petersboro1926Minor Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)Short Film
Hesitating Horses1926Ruth BrownMovie
Alice Be Good1926Ruth - Alice's CousinMovie
Smith's Vacation1926Minor Role (uncredited)Movie
Her Actor Friend1926Ruth BaileyMovie
Butter Fingers1925Nellie PerkinsShort Film
Dangerous Curves Behind1925Nell PurdyMovie
From Rags to Britches1925Bathing Beauty (uncredited)Movie
Hotsy-Totsy1925Maid (uncredited)Movie
Iron Nag, The1925Hazel CalhounMovie
Lucky Stars1925Minor RoleShort Film
Window Dummy, The1925Minor Role (uncredited)Movie
Rainy Knight, A1925Bessie BarnesMovie
Soapsuds Lady, The1925Bathing BeautyMovie
Good Morning, Madam!1925Minor Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)Short Film
Take Your Time1925The MaidMovie
Sweet Pickle, A1925Minor Role (uncredited)Movie
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    Ruth Taylor (January 13, 1905 – April 12, 1984) was an American actress in silent films and early talkies. Her son is the writer/comic/actor Buck Henry....

    Confirmed Relationships1
    Longest Relationship35 yrs, 9 mths
    Shortest Relationship35 yrs, 9 mths
    Average Relationship Length35 yrs, 9 mths
    First Name Ruth
    Middle Name Alice
    Last Name Taylor
    Full Name at Birth Ruth Alice Taylor
    Alternative Name Ruth Alice Taylor, Ruth Taylor
    Age 79 (age at death) years
    Birthday 13th January, 1905
    Birthplace Grand Rapids, Michigan
    Died 12th April, 1984
    Place of Death Palm Springs, California USA
    Cause of Death Natural Causes
    Height 5' 2" (157 cm)
    Build Slim
    Eye Color Blue
    Hair Color Blonde
    Zodiac Sign Capricorn
    Sexuality Straight
    Ethnicity White
    Nationality American
    Occupation Actress
    Claim to Fame Lorelei in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, WAMPAS Baby Star of 1928
    Father Norman Taylor
    Mother Ivah (Bates) Taylor
    Family Member Her son, actor and writer Buck Henry
    Friend Anita Loos
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