Jean Harlow hot young
March 3, 1911
5 ft 1 in | 155 cm
36-25-36 in | 91-64-91 cm
49 kg | 109 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Jean Harlow was born in Kansas City, Missouri, United States, on March 3, 1911 was an American hot actress. Young Jean Harlow made her big screen debut in the drama film Honor Bound (1928) in uncredited role as extra. Her breakthrough role came as Roy Rutledge in aviation war film Hell's Angels (1930) directed by Howard Hughes.
The Public Enemy (1931) pre-Code gangster drama with James Cagney
Libeled Lady (1936) screwball comedy opposite Spencer Tracy and William Powell
Dinner at Eight (1933) pre-Code comedy drama with Wallace Beery
Red Dust (1932) pre-Code romantic drama with Clark Gable
Platinum Blonde (1931) pre-Code romantic comedy opposite Loretta Young
Wife vs. Secretary (1936) comedy drama opposite Clark Gable
Bombshell (1933) pre-Code romantic comedy drama in role as Lola Burns
Red-Headed Woman (1932) pre-Code romantic comedy in role as Lillian "Lil"
China Seas (1935) adventure opposite Clark Gable
Bacon Grabbers (1929) silent comedy short with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
Double Whoopee (1929) silent short comedy with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
Hold Your Man (1933) pre-Code romantic drama opposite Clark Gable
Saratoga (1937) romantic comedy opposite Clark Gable
She was one of the hugely popular actress in the world by the late 1930s, became known as Hollywood's Platinum Blonde.
Jean was first movies actress to appear on the cover of Life magazine in May 1937.
She was the idol of Marilyn Monroe.
She made six films with Clark Gable.
Harlow died on February 8, 2007, in a Hollywood, Florida, at age of 26.
I was not a born actress. No one knows it better than I. If I had any latent talent, I have had to work hard, listen carefully, do things over and over and then over again in order to bring it out.
(on film Hell's Angels) When I was making a personal appearance, I'd always sneak in the back of the house to watch the zeppelin airplane attack. I never failed to get a tremendous thrill out of it. I probably saw that scene hundreds of times.
My God, must I always wear a low-cut dress to be important?
I wasn't born an actress, you know. Events made me one.
Don't give me books for Christmas; I already have a book.
I like any dog that makes me look good when it stands next to me.