Ann Dvorak

Ann Dvorak
1911 - 1979

Ann Dvorak  American Actress

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Ann Dvorak was previously married to Nicholas H. Wade (1951 - 1975), Igor Dega (1947 - 1951) and Leslie Fenton (1932 - 1945).

Ann Dvorak was in relationships with George Raft and Howard Hawks.

Ann Dvorak had an encounter with Humphrey Bogart.

About

American Actress Ann Dvorak was born Anna McKim on 2nd August, 1911 in New York City, New York, USA and passed away on 10th Dec 1979 Honolulu, Hawaii aged 68. She is most remembered for Scarface (1932). Her zodiac sign is Leo.

Ann Dvorak was in 5 on-screen matchups, including Lyle Talbot in Three on a Match (1932), Rudy Vallee in Sweet Music (1935), Warren William in Three on a Match (1932), George Raft in Scarface (1932) and James Cagney in The Crowd Roars (1932).

Ann Dvorak is a member of the following lists: Actors from New York, American film actors and American child actors.

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Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Dating2 - - -
Married3 24 years 14 years 4 years
Encounter1 - - -
Total6 24 years 7 years 4 years

Details

First Name Anna
Last Name Dvorak
Maiden Name McKim
Full Name at Birth Anna McKim
Alternative Name Anna McKim, Ann Dvorak, Baby Anna Lehr
Age 68 (age at death) years
Birthday 2nd August, 1911
Birthplace New York City, New York, USA
Died 10th December, 1979
Place of Death Honolulu, Hawaii
Cause of Death Stomach Cancer
Buried Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea
Height 5' 4½" (164 cm)
Build Slim
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Leo
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actress
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame Scarface (1932)
Year(s) Active 1916–52
Father Edwin McKrim, Mr. Pearson (step father), Samuel McKim
Mother Ann Lehr
Friend Joan Crawford, Ann Sothern, Lucille Ball, Joan Blondell, Bette Davis

Ann Dvorak (born Anna McKim; August 2, 1911 – December 10, 1979) was an American stage and film actress.

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NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Ann Dvorak68 LeoActress
American
Nicholas H. Wade66
Hungarian
Igor Dega60 CapricornDancer
Russian
Leslie Fenton76 PiscesActor
English
Howard Hawks81 GeminiDirector
American
Humphrey Bogart57 CapricornActor
American
George Raft85 LibraActor
American

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Broadway Television Theatre1952Mary DuganTV Show
I Was an American Spy1951Claire PhillipsMovie
The Secret of Convict Lake1951Rachel SchaefferMovie
Celanese Theatre1951Anna MaurrantTV Show
Gruen Guild Theater1951TV Show
A Life of Her Own1950Mary AshlonMovie
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone1950Connie KepplarMovie
Our Very Own1950Gert LynchMovie
The Return of Jesse James1950Susan (Sue) Ellen YoungerMovie
The Bigelow Theatre1950ShirleyTV Show
The Silver Theatre1949ShirleyTV Show
The Walls of Jericho1948Belle ConnorsMovie
Out of the Blue1947Olive JensenMovie
The Long Night1947CharleneMovie
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami1947Claire Madeleine ForestierMovie
Abilene Town1946RitaMovie
The Bachelor's Daughters1946Terry WilsonMovie
Flame of Barbary Coast1945'Flaxen' TarryMovie
Masquerade in Mexico1945Helen GrantMovie
Escape to Danger1943Joan GrahameMovie
Squadron Leader X1943Barbara LucasMovie
There's a Future in It1943KittyShort Film
This Was Paris1942Ann MorganMovie
Cafe Hostess1940JoMovie
Girls of the Road1940Kay WarrenMovie
Blind Alley1939MaryMovie
Stronger Than Desire1939Eva McLainMovie
Gangs of New York1938Connie BensonMovie
Merrily We Live1938Minerva HarlanMovie
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round1937Ann RogersMovie
Midnight Court1937Carol O'NeillMovie
The Case of the Stuttering Bishop1937Della StreetMovie
Racing Lady1937Ruth MartinMovie
We Who Are About to Die1937Miss Connie StewartMovie
She's No Lady1937JerryMovie
'G' Men1935Jean MorganMovie
Thanks a Million1935Sally MasonMovie
Bright Lights1935Fay WilsonMovie
Dr. Socrates1935Josephine GrayMovie
Sweet Music1935Bonnie HaydonMovie
Heat Lightning1934MyraMovie
Housewife1934Nan Wilson ReynoldsMovie
Friends of Mr. Sweeney1934Miss Beulah BoydMovie
Gentlemen Are Born1934Susan MerrillMovie
I Sell Anything1934BarbaraMovie
Massacre1934LydiaMovie
Midnight Alibi1934Joan MorleyMovie
Murder in the Clouds1934Judy WagnerMovie
Side Streets1934Marguerite GilbertMovie
College Coach1933Claire GoreMovie
The Way to Love1933MadeleineMovie
Love Is a Racket1932Sally CondonMovie
Scarface1932CescaMovie
Sky Devils1932Mary WayMovie
The Crowd Roars1932Lee MerrickMovie
The Strange Love of Molly Louvain1932Molly LouvainMovie
Three on a Match1932Vivian RevereMovie
Crooner1932Judith 'Judy' MasonMovie
Stranger in Town1932Marian CrickleMovie
Dance, Fools, Dance1931Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
Just a Gigolo1931Cafe Patron (uncredited)Movie
The Guardsman1931Fan Saying 'There He Is' (uncredited)Movie
The Phantom of Paris1931Maid (uncredited)Movie
This Modern Age1931Parisian Party Girl (uncredited)Movie
Politics1931Rally Audience Extra (uncredited)Movie
Son of India1931Village Dancer (uncredited)Movie
A Tailor Made Man1931Bit (uncredited)Movie
The Snappy Caballero1931Short Film
Chasing Rainbows1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
Doughboys1930Chorine (scenes deleted)Movie
Free and Easy1930Chorine (uncredited)Movie
Good News1930Student (uncredited)Movie
Love in the Rough1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
Madam Satan1930Zeppelin Reveler (uncredited)Movie
Our Blushing Brides1930One of the 'Quartet' of Models with Tony (uncredited)Movie
Way Out West1930Carnival Show Girl (uncredited)Movie
Children of Pleasure1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
Estrellados1930Chorine (uncredited)Movie
Lord Byron of Broadway1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
The March of Time1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
War Nurse1930Nurse in VA Hospital (uncredited)Movie
The Devil's Cabaret1930Chorine in Black (uncredited)Short Film
The Song Writers' Revue1930Member of the Chorus (uncredited)Short Film
The Woman Racket1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
The Flower Garden1930Member of ChorusShort Film
Pirates1930Chorus Girl (uncredited)Short Film
The Hollywood Revue of 19291929Ann Dvorak - Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
Devil-May-Care1929Chorine (uncredited)Movie
It's a Great Life1929Chorus Girl (uncredited)Movie
So This Is College1929Sorority Sister (uncredited)Movie
The Doll Shop1929One of the Dolls (uncredited)Short Film
Manhattan Serenade1929Chorus Girl (uncredited)Short Film
The Five Dollar Plate1920Short Film
The Man Hater1917Phemie's Little Sister (as Anna Lehr)Movie
Ramona1916Ramona (age 4) (as Baby Anna Lehr)Movie
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cboothe977cboothe977Jan 27

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haleySep 22, 2008

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