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Actress

Dorothy Malone (born January 30, 1925) is an American actress. Her film career began in 1943, and in her early years she played small roles, mainly in B-movies. After a decade in films, she began to acquire a more glamorous image, particularly after her performance in Written on...Wikipedia

Age: 89
Born: 30th January, 1925, Chicago, Illinios
Height: 5' 6" (168 cm)
Nationality: American
Claim to Fame: Won The Oscar For Written On The Wind

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Peyton Place: The Next Generation
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She became embroiled in heavy litigation and a messy divorce action with husband Jacques Bergerac, whom she accused of marrying famous women only to promote his career. Bergerac was previously married to Ginger Rogers.

 

In 1965, while working on "Peyton Place" (1964), she suffered a near-fatal illness that included a pulmonary embolism, blood clots on both lungs, an enlarged heart, and pneumonia. Upon fully recuperating, she returned to the show after being temporarily replaced by Lola Albright.

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Darlene Zuckero - I always thought Dorothy Malone was a beautiful and great actress. (4 years ago)
john chamberlain - Watching the lovely Dorothy in Tall Man Riding.Glad she is still going and well into her eighties what a babe! (5 years ago)
Gay Sample Greene - Dorothy Malone has been a favorite of mine for over 50 years, when she burst onto the screen in "Written on the Wind".
She has been quoted as saying she liked doing Westerns, but she was glad "Battle Cry" broke the mold for her and she was no longer typecast as "only a Western star".
Ms. Malone is a woman to be admired, not only for her hours of entertainment she has given her public the many movies in which she has appeared.
Ms. Malone`s personal life, while not always easy, has stood as an inspiration for many as she relied on her Catholic faith to help through her many crisis. (7 years ago)
Murray Storrings - Loved her in those 50s westerns ,just watched her in The Last Sunset (7 years ago)

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