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Susan Hayward

Susan HaywardAKA Edythe Marrener

Born: 30-Jun-1918
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY
Died: 14-Mar-1975
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Brain
Remains: Buried, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Carrollton, GA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: I Want to Live!

Father: Walter Marrener (transportation worker, d. Mar-1938)
Mother: Ellen Pearson
Sister: Florence (older)
Brother: Walter Marrener, Jr.
Husband: Jess Barker (m. 24-Jul-1944, div. 18-Aug-1954, twin sons)
Husband: Floyd Eaton Chalkey (m. 8-Feb-1957, d. 9-Jan-1966 hepatitis)
Son: Timothy (b. 19-Feb-1945)
Son: Gregory (b. 19-Feb-1945)
Boyfriend: Bill Ballance

    High School: Girls Commercial High School, Brooklyn, NY (1935)

    The Brooklyn Eagle Newsgirl
    Oscar for Best Actress 1959 for I Want to Live!
    Golden Globe 1953 for With a Song in My Heart
    Golden Globe 1959 for I Want to Live!
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6251 Hollywood Blvd.
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Suicide Attempt 1966
    Irish Ancestry Paternal side
    Swedish Ancestry Maternal side
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Alcoholism

    The Revengers (21-Jun-1972)
    Valley of the Dolls (15-Dec-1967) · Helen Lawson
    The Honey Pot (21-Mar-1967) · Mrs. Sheridan
    Where Love Has Gone (2-Nov-1964) · Valerie Hayden Miller
    Stolen Hours (16-Oct-1963)
    I Thank a Fool (14-Sep-1962) · Christine Allison
    Back Street (11-Oct-1961)
    Ada (25-Aug-1961) · Ada Gillis
    The Marriage-Go-Round (6-Jan-1961)
    Woman Obsessed (27-May-1959)
    Thunder in the Sun (8-Apr-1959)
    I Want to Live! (18-Nov-1958) · Barbara Graham
    Top Secret Affair (30-Jan-1957) · Dottie Peale
    The Conqueror (21-Feb-1956)
    I'll Cry Tomorrow (25-Dec-1955) · Lillian Roth
    Soldier of Fortune (17-May-1955) · Jane Hoyt
    Untamed (1-Mar-1955)
    Garden of Evil (9-Jul-1954) · Leah Fuller
    Demetrius and the Gladiators (18-Jun-1954) · Messalina
    White Witch Doctor (1-Jul-1953)
    The President's Lady (21-May-1953)
    The Lusty Men (24-Oct-1952) · Louise Merritt
    The Snows of Kilimanjaro (18-Aug-1952) · Helen
    With a Song in My Heart (4-Apr-1952) · Jane Froman
    David and Bathsheba (10-Aug-1951)
    I Can Get It for You Wholesale (4-Apr-1951)
    Rawhide (25-Mar-1951)
    I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (17-Feb-1951) · Mary Elizabeth Eden Thompson
    My Foolish Heart (25-Dec-1949)
    House of Strangers (1-Jul-1949) · Irene Bennett
    Tulsa (26-May-1949) · Cherokee Lansing
    The Saxon Charm (29-Sep-1948)
    Tap Roots (25-Aug-1948)
    The Lost Moment (21-Nov-1947) · Tina Bordereau
    They Won't Believe Me (16-Jul-1947) · Verna Carlson
    Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (Mar-1947) · Angie Evans Conway
    Canyon Passage (17-Jul-1946) · Lucy Overmire
    Deadline at Dawn (3-Apr-1946) · June Goth
    And Now Tomorrow (22-Nov-1944) · Janice Blair
    The Hairy Ape (2-Jul-1944) · Mildred Douglas
    The Fighting Seabees (10-Mar-1944)
    Jack London (24-Nov-1943)
    Hit Parade of 1943 (26-Mar-1943)
    Young and Willing (5-Feb-1943)
    Star Spangled Rhythm (18-Dec-1942) · Herself
    I Married a Witch (30-Oct-1942) · Estelle Masterson
    The Forest Rangers (21-Oct-1942)
    Reap the Wild Wind (19-Mar-1942) · Drusilla Alston
    Among the Living (12-Dec-1941)
    Sis Hopkins (12-Apr-1941)
    Adam Had Four Sons (27-Mar-1941) · Hester
    $1000 a Touchdown (4-Oct-1939)
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Girls on Probation (22-Oct-1938) · Gloria Adams

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