Ginger Rogers hot young
July 16, 1911
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
34-24-34 in | 86-60-86 cm
6.5 US | 37 EU
Ginger Rogers was born in Independence, Missouri, United States, on July 16, 1911, was an American hot actress. Young Ginger Rogers began her career as a vaudeville performer and she made her stage debut in musical Girl Crazy (1930) at the age of 19. She made her big screen debut in the short movie Night In A Dormitory (1929). Her breakthrough performance came as Ann Lowell in pre-Code musical film 42nd Street (1933).
She won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Kitty Foyle in the drama movie Kitty Foyle (1940). She made ten movies with actor Fred Astaire, best known for her performances in films Swing Time (1936), The Barkleys of Broadway (1949) and Top Hat (1935).
Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933) musical comedy in role as Fay Fortune
Stage Door (1937) comedy drama opposite Katharine Hepburn and Lucille Ball
Shall We Dance (1937) musical comedy with Fred Astaire
The Major and the Minor (1942) comedy romance in role as Susan Kathleen Applegate
Bachelor Mother (1939) comedy romance opposite David Niven
Vivacious Lady (1938) romance with James Stewart
Flying Down to Rio (1933) pre-Code musical opposite Dolores Del Rio and Fred Astaire
She has acted in 73 movies during her career.
Was one of the Hollywood's highest paid star.
She was married 5 times, had no children.
Has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6772 Hollywood Boulevard.
Rogers died on April 25, 1995, Rancho Mirage, California, United States, at the age of 83.
There are no small parts. Only small actors.
Looking back at my life's voyage, I can only say that it has been a golden trip.
Part of the joy of dancing is conversation. Trouble is, some men can't talk and dance at the same time.
'Flying Down to Rio' established RKO as a leader in musical film production throughout the 1930s. The film helped to rescue the studio from its financial straits and it gave a real boost to my movie career.
Over the years, myths were built up about my relationship with Fred Astaire. The general public thought he was a Svengali, who snapped his fingers for his little Trilby to obey; in their eyes, my career was his creation.
Rhythm is born in all of us. To be a desirable dancing partner, you don't have to do all the intricate fancy steps that happen to be in vogue. All you have to do is be a good average dancer, and anybody who spends the time and effort can accomplish this.