Margaret O'Brien (born January 15, 1937) is an American film, television and stage actress. Beginning a prolific career as a child actress in feature films at the age of four, O'Brien became one of the most popular child stars in cinema history, and was honored with a Juvenile...Wikipedia
Born: 15th January, 1937, San Diego, California, USA
Height: 5' 4" (163 cm)
Claim to Fame: Meet Me in St.Louis
In a practice common among child actors at the time, O`Brien adopted as her professional first name the she name of the character who was her first credited part in Journey for Margaret (1942).
For her role as Beth in "Little Women", she worked again with Mary Astor, who played the part of Marmee, her mother. Astor was also her mother in "Meet Me in St. Louis". In this film she also worked again with Harry Davenport, who played the part of Dr. Barnes, and who played her grandfather in "Meet Me In St. Louis".