Ann Sothern was born on 22nd January 1909 in Valley City, North Dakota. She was an American actress.
Biography and Career:
Ann Sothern from Valley City, North Dakota was brought up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She completed her graduation from the Minneapolis Central High School in 1926. After her graduation she left home and started her acting career. Her first movie was Broadway Nights in 1927 as an extra. She was 18 years old when acted in the movie. She also appeared as a chorus girl in movies like The Show of Shows and Whoopee in 1929 and 1930. She went for music classes and sang in a few films.
She played the main roles in America's Sweetheart and in Everybody's Welcome in the theatre in 1931. She signed a contract with Columbia Pictures in 1934 but launched her only t
wo later. She signed a contract with RKO in 1936 but her films were not successful among the audience. She then left RKO and signed a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1939.
With MGM she did a movie Maisie in 1939. In this movie she played the role of Brooklyn burlesque dancer Mary Anastasia O'Connor. After Maisie she did a few comedy series like Congo Maisie (1940), and Undercover Maisie (1947).
She performed in the Lux Radio Theater version of Maisie Was a Lady on 24th November 1941. Due to the popularity of the series she started her own radio program The Adventures of Maisie that was broadcasted on CBS from 1945 to 1947 and the program was also broadcasted in Mutual Broadcasting System in 1952 and in syndication from 1949 to 1953.
Birth Name: Harriette Arlene Lake
Height: 5' 1'' (1.56 m)
She was born on 22nd January 1909 in Valley City, North Dakota. She was married to Roger Pryor from 1936 to 1943. One week after her divorce she married Robert Sterling. She has one daughter Tisha Sterling who is also an actress. She died on 15th March 2001, Ketchum, Idaho, USA due to heart failure.
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