Lucille Ball hot young
August 6, 1911
5 ft 6 in | 169 cm
35-24-35 in | 89-61-89 cm
55 kg | 121 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Lucille Désirée Ball was born in Jamestown, New York, U.S., on August 6, 1911 was an American hot actress. Young Lucille Ball began her career as an model and on Broadway (1929). She made her big screen debut in musical film Roman Scandals (1933) in uncredited role as Goldwyn Girl. Her breakthrough performance came as comedic actress in the 1950s TV show I Love Lucy.
Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) musical comedy with Gene Kelly
Without Love (1945) drama opposite Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn
Room Service (1938) comedy with Marx Brothers
Yours Mine and Ours (1968) drama comedy with Henry Fonda
The Long Long Trailer (1953) comedy romance in role as Stacie Bolton-Collini
Lured (1947) mystery crime with George Sanders
Ziegfeld Follies (1945) musical comedy opposite Judy Garland and Fred Astaire
The Dark Corner (1946) drama thriller in role as Kathleen
A Guide for the Married Man (1967) farce comedy opposite Walter Matthau
Dance Girl Dance (1940) drama romance with Maureen O'Hara
Five Came Back (1939) melodrama in role as Peggy Nolan
She appear in 72 movies during her career.
She won four times Emmy Award.
She was awarded two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for television and one for contributions to motion pictures.
Her favorite film she made was The Big Street (1942).
She was the first woman to own her own movie studio.
She was married to American actor Desi Arnaz (1940-1960), they had two children and to comedian Gary Morton (1961-1989).
Ball died on April 26, 1989, Beverly Hills, California, United States, at age of 77.
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