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||July 24, 1965
||October 22, 1904
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Had bit part in medium-length film, "The Valley of Decision," directed by father Richard Bennett
After a bit in "Reckless Youth," began acting career in "Evidence"
Achieved leading lady status in the mid-1920s but left after several years when she married
Returned to Hollywood after being divorced; became popular star under contract to RKO in 1929
Last film under RKO contract, "After Tonight"; begins free-lancing
Co-starred with Cary Grant as the ghostly George and Marian Kerby in her best-remembered film, "Topper"
Stage debut in Noel Coward's "Easy Virtue"
First film as producer (also actress), "Paris Underground"
Formed Bennett Productions to make "Smart Woman" (also actress)
Last film, "Madame X"