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Mary Astor

Mary AstorAKA Lucile Vasconcellos Langhanke

Born: 3-May-1906
Birthplace: Quincy, IL
Died: 25-Sep-1987
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Female
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Maltese Falcon

Father: Otto Ludwig Wilhelm Langhanke (d. 1943)
Mother: Helen Vasconcellos
Husband: Kenneth Hawks (m. 1928, d. 2-Jan-1930, mid-air plane crash)
Husband: Franklyn Thorpe (m. 1931, div. 1936)
Husband: Manuel del Campo (m. 1936, div 1941)
Husband: Thomas Wheelock (m. 25-Dec-1945, div. 1955)
Daughter: Marylyn Hauoli Thorpe (b. 16-Jun-1932, with Franklyn)
Son: Anthony ("Tono", b. 1939)
Boyfriend: John Barrymore (extramarital affair)
Boyfriend: George S. Kaufman (extramarital affair, 1933)

    Alcoholics Anonymous 1951
    Oscar for Best Supporting Actress 1942 for The Great Lie
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6701 Hollywood Blvd.
    Nervous Breakdown
    Drug Overdose (1950)
    Converted to Catholicism 1951
    Suicide Attempt Encino, CA (8-May-1951)
    Drug Overdose sleeping pills (8-May-1951)
    Stomach Pumped
    Heart Attack
    Stroke twice
    unknown detox facility (alcoholism) 1949
    German Ancestry Paternal
    Irish Ancestry Maternal
    Portuguese Ancestry Maternal
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Smoking, Emphysema, Insomnia

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (15-Dec-1964) · Jewel Mayhew
    Youngblood Hawke (4-Nov-1964)
    Return to Peyton Place (5-May-1961) · Mrs. Roberta Carter
    A Stranger in My Arms (3-Mar-1959)
    This Happy Feeling (18-Jun-1958)
    The Devil's Hairpin (4-Oct-1957)
    The Power and the Prize (26-Sep-1956) · Mrs. George Salt
    A Kiss Before Dying (12-Jun-1956) · Mrs. Corliss
    Any Number Can Play (2-Jul-1949) · Ada
    Little Women (10-Mar-1949) · Marmee
    Act of Violence (21-Dec-1948) · Pat
    Cass Timberlane (6-Nov-1947) · Queenie Havock
    Cynthia (29-Aug-1947) · Louise Bishop
    Desert Fury (15-Aug-1947) · Fritzi Haller
    Fiesta (12-Jun-1947) · Seņora Morales
    Claudia and David (25-Feb-1946)
    Blonde Fever (5-Dec-1944) · Delilah Donay
    Meet Me in St. Louis (28-Nov-1944) · Mrs. Anna Smith
    Thousands Cheer (13-Sep-1943)
    Young Ideas (2-Aug-1943)
    The Palm Beach Story (2-Nov-1942) · The Princess Centimillia
    Across the Pacific (4-Sep-1942)
    The Maltese Falcon (3-Oct-1941) · Brigid O'Shaughnessy
    The Great Lie (5-Apr-1941) · Sandra
    Brigham Young: Frontiersman (20-Sep-1940)
    Turnabout (17-May-1940)
    Midnight (15-Mar-1939) · Helene Flammarion
    Listen, Darling (18-Oct-1938) · Dottie Wingate
    Woman Against Woman (18-Jun-1938) · Cynthia Holland
    There's Always a Woman (20-Apr-1938) · Lola Fraser
    Paradise for Three (15-Feb-1938) · Mrs. Irene Mallebre
    The Hurricane (9-Nov-1937) · Madame DeLaage
    The Prisoner of Zenda (2-Sep-1937) · Antoinette de Mauban
    Dodsworth (23-Sep-1936) · Edith Cortright
    And So They Were Married (10-May-1936) · Edith Farnham
    The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (11-Jan-1936)
    Man of Iron (21-Dec-1935) · Vida
    Red Hot Tires (25-Oct-1935)
    Page Miss Glory (7-Sep-1935) · Gladys
    Dinky (11-May-1935)
    I Am a Thief (24-Nov-1934) · Odette
    The Case of the Howling Dog (22-Sep-1934) · Bessie Foley
    The Man with Two Faces (4-Aug-1934) · Jessica
    Upperworld (28-Apr-1934) · Mrs. Stream
    Easy to Love (13-Jan-1934) · Charlotte
    The World Changes (25-Nov-1933)
    The Kennel Murder Case (28-Oct-1933) · Hilda Lake
    Jennie Gerhardt (9-Jun-1933)
    The Little Giant (14-Apr-1933) · Ruth Wayburn
    Red Dust (22-Oct-1932) · Barbara Willis
    A Successful Calamity (17-Sep-1932) · Emmy Wilton
    The Lost Squadron (10-Mar-1932) · Follette
    Men of Chance (26-Dec-1931) · Marthe
    Smart Woman (12-Sep-1931)
    The Sin Ship (18-Apr-1931)
    Behind Office Doors (15-Mar-1931)
    Other Men's Women (17-Jan-1931)
    The Royal Bed (15-Jan-1931) · Princess Anne
    The Lash (12-Dec-1930)
    Holiday (3-Jul-1930)
    The Runaway Bride (4-May-1930)
    Two Arabian Knights (23-Sep-1927) · Mirza
    Don Juan (6-Aug-1926)
    Don Q, Son of Zorro (15-Jun-1925)
    Beau Brummel (30-Mar-1924) · The Bride, Maid Margery

Author of books:
My Story: An Autobiography (1959, memoir)
A Life on Film (1971)


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