John Mccormick & Colleen Moore

Colleen Moore and John Mccormick

Colleen Moore and John Mccormick  


John Mccormick and Colleen Moore were married for 7 years. They dated for 1 year after getting together in 1922 and married in 1923. 7 years later they divorced in 1930.


American Agent John Mccormick was born on 17th August, 1893 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA and passed away on 3rd May 1961 Hollywood, California, USA aged 67. He is most remembered for general manager of first National. His zodiac sign is Leo.

American Actress Colleen Moore was born Kathleen Morrison on 19th August, 1899 in Port Huron, Michigan and passed away on 25th Jan 1988 Paso Robles, California aged 88. She is most remembered for # An Old Fashioned Young Man (1917),.... Margaret, WAMPAS Baby Star of 1922. Her zodiac sign is Leo.


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Relationship Statistics

Dating1922 - 1923 1 year
Married1923 - 1930 7 years
Total 1922 - 1930 8 years

(1923 - 1930)
Colleen was an old-fashioned but ambitious young woman when she decided that acting was "the thing" for her. However, even as a youth, she was business savvy, and she understood that her atypical looks and somewhat boyish figure did not make her the symbol of female eroticism the guys usually went for. Still, there was something about her--including the fact that her eyes were two different colors--that caught the attention of John, who met her one night when the duo went dancing with Mickey Neilan and Blanche Sweet at the Sunset Inn. Not used to flattery and a wise little thing herself, the cynical Colleen merely raised an eyebrow when John asked her to marry him after three measly dances. But, before she knew it, she was head over heels as well, and the two were wed a mere day before her birthday. At first, life seemed grand. With John's support and her own ambitious spirit, Colleen's career started gaining steam, but as in the case of Babs and Frank, John's jealousy of her rising star and taste for alcohol impaired what had at first seemed a match made in heaven. Colleen kept the facts of her personal misery a secret for many years, never being one for gossip, but she did finally unleash the truth. John had been physically abusive, once nearly throwing her out a window, and finally-- when she told him she was going to leave him-- nearly choking her to death. His angry words, "You can't leave me. You're nothing without me! I made you a star!" would echo in her ears for years to come... and quite possibly in the script of (A Star is Born).

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Relationship Timeline

1930 - Breakup

1930 - Divorce

1923 - Marriage

1922 - Hookup

Couple Comparison

John Mccormick
Colleen Moore
John Mccormick
Colleen Moore
Age (at start of relationship)
6' 1" (185 cm)
5' 3" (160 cm)



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