September 5, 1908 - March 22, 1991
Born in London, England
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A Few Favorite Memories of Gloria Holden
- As an uncredited party guest in chapter one of the serial The Return of Chandu (1934), starring Bela Lugosi as the popular radio show magician,
with Maria Alba, Clara Kimball Young, Lucien Prival, and Josef Swickard.
- Commanding and hypnotic as "Countess Marya Zaleska," Dracula's Daugher (1936), with Otto Kruger, Marguerite Churchill,
Edward Van Sloan, Irving Pichel, Gilbert Emery, Halliwell Hobbes, Billy Bevan, and Nan Grey.
- As "Alexandrine Zola," standing by her courageous novelist husband as he denounces corruption and stupidity in high places in Life of Emile Zola (1937).
Directed by William Dieterle, starring Paul Muni, Joseph Schildkraut and Gale Sondergaard.
- As "Madame Rapport" in Miracles for Sale (1939), directed by Tod Browning, starring Robert Young, Florence Rice, Henry Hull and Frank Craven.
- As "Mrs. Jean Stevenson" in Strange Holiday (1945),
directed by radio genius Arch "Lights Out!" Oboler, with Claude Rains and Martin Kosleck.
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