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Helen Mack (November 12, 1913 – August 13, 1986) was an American actress. Mack started her career as a child actress in silent films, moving on to Broadway plays, and touring the vaudeville circuit. Her greater success as an actress was as a leading lady in the 1930s. Eventually Mack transitioned into performing on radio, and then into writing, directing, and producing some of the best known radio shows during the Golden Age of Radio. Later in life, Mack billed herself as a professional writer, writing for Broadway, stage, and television. Her career spanned the infancy of the motion picture industry, the beginnings of Broadway, the final days of Vaudeville, the transition to "talking pictures", the Golden Age of Radio, and the rise of television.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Helen Mack (November 12, 1913 – August 13, 1986) was an American actress. Mack started her career as a child actress in silent films, moving on to Broadway plays, and touring the vaudeville circuit. Her greater success as an actress was as a leading lady in the 1930s. Eventually Mack transitioned into performing on radio, and then into writing, directing, and producing some of the best known radio shows during the Golden Age of Radio. Later in life, Mack billed herself as a professional writer, writing for Broadway, stage, and television. Her career spanned the infancy of the motion picture industry, the beginnings of Broadway, the final days of Vaudeville, the transition to "talking pictures", the Golden Age of Radio, and the rise of television.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Helen Mack, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.   

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 34

Birthday 1913-11-13

Day of Death 1986-08-13

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1945 Divorce as Martha Phillips
1944 And Now Tomorrow as Angeletta Gallo
1941 Power Dive as Betty Coles
1940 Girls of the Road as Mickey
1940 His Girl Friday as Mollie Malloy
1939 Calling All Marines as Judy Fox
1939 Mystery of the White Room as Carole Dale
1938 Gambling Ship as Mollie Riley
1938 Secrets of a Nurse as Katherine MacDonald
1938 King of the Newsboys as Mary Ellen Stephens
1937 The Wrong Road as Ruth Holden
1937 Fit for a King as Jane Hamilton / Princess Helen
1937 The Last Train from Madrid as Lola
1937 You Can't Buy Luck as Betty McKay
1937 I Promise to Pay as Mary Lang
1936 The Milky Way as Mae Sullivan
1935 The Return Of Peter Grimm as Catherine
1935 She as Tanya Dugmore
1935 Four Hours to Kill! as Helen
1935 Captain Hurricane as Susan 'Matey' Ann
1934 College Rhythm as June Cort
1934 The Lemon Drop Kid as Alice Deering
1934 You Belong to Me as Florette Faxon
1934 Kiss and Make-Up as Anne
1934 All of Me as Eve Haron
1933 The Son of Kong as Helene Peterson
1933 Fargo Express as Helen Clark
1933 Blind Adventure as Rose Thorne
1933 Sweepings as Mamie Donahue
1933 Melody Cruise as Laurie Marlowe
1932 While Paris Sleeps as Manon Costaud
1932 The Silent Witness as Sylvia Pierce
1931 The Struggle as A Catty Girl
1923 Success as Ruth (as Helen Macks)

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