Joan Crawford hot young
March 23, 1905
5 ft 5 in | 165 cm
35-25-35 in | 91-61-91 cm
50 kg | 110 pounds
6 US | 36 EU
Joan Crawford was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States, on March 23, 1905, was an American hot actress. Young Joan Crawford began her career as a dancer and performer in a stage entertainment shows. She made her big screen debut in silent romantic drama movie Lady of the Night (1925) in uncredited role as body double for Shearer. Her breakthrough performance came as Nanon Zanzi in silent horror film The Unknown (1927).
She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Mildred Pierce Beragon in noir crime drama movie Mildred Pierce (1945). She received Academy Award for Best Actress nomination for her roles as Louise Howell in noir psychological drama film Possessed (1947) and as Myra Hudson in noir thriller film Sudden Fear (1952).
Our Dancing Daughters (1928) silent drama with John Mack Brown
Untamed (1929) pre-Code drama comedy romance opposite Robert Montgomery
A Woman's Face (1941) noir drama opposite Conrad Veidt
Humoresque (1946) melodrama opposite John Garfield
Johnny Guitar (1954) western drama in role as Vienna
Grand Hotel (1932) pre-code drama with Greta Garbo
The Women (1939) comedy drama with Joan Fontaine
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) psychological thriller horror opposite Bette Davis
Night Gallery (1969) anthology horror opposite Rod Serling
Strait-Jacket (1964) horror thriller in role as Lucy Harbin née Cutler
Dancing Lady (1933) pre-Code musical opposite Fred Astaire and Clark Gable
Love on the Run (1936) romantic comedy opposite Clark Gable
Strange Cargo (1940) romantic drama with Clark Gable
She was one of the highest paid women in the United States, in the 1930s.
She has starred in 80 films during her career.
Appeared in eight movies with Clark Gable.
Was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1752 Vine St.
She was married four times and adopted five children.
She died on May 10, 1977, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States, at age of 72.
It has been said that on screen I personified the American woman.
I was born in front of a camera and really don't know anything else.
Nobody can imitate me. You can always see impersonations of Katharine Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe. But not me. Because I've always drawn on myself only.
Hollywood is like life, you face it with the sum total of your equipment.
I think that the most important thing a woman can have - next to talent, of course - is her hairdresser.
I used to wash my hands every ten minutes. I couldn't step out of the house unless I had gloves on. I wouldn't smoke a cigarette unless I opened the pack myself, and I would never use another cigarette out of that pack if someone else had touched it.
I never go outside unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door.