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Nola Dolberg (1901–1994)

Nola Dolberg was born on December 24, 1901 in Hastings, New Zealand as Minola Adelaide Pratt. She was an actress, known for The Meddlin' Stranger (1927), The Prince of Pep (1925) and Ladies Beware (1927). She was married to Glenn Russell Dolberg and William Bauernschmidt. She died on October 10, 1994 in Pasadena, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1935 Sylvia Scarlett
Woman in Bathing Suit (uncredited)
 1935 Kind Lady
Rose, Mary's Maid (as Nola Luxford)
 1934 Riptide
English Girl (uncredited)
 1933 Lost in Limehouse (Short)
Diana (as Nola Luxford)
 1933 The Iron Master
Diana (as Nola Luxford)
 1932 A Successful Calamity
Mary (uncredited)
 1927 King of the Herd
Nancy Dorance (as Nola Luxford)
 1927 Ladies Beware
Jeannie (as Nola Luxford)
 1927 The Meddlin' Stranger
Mildred Crawford (as Nola Luxford)
 1926 Tell It to the Marines
Navy Nurse (uncredited)
 1926 Twinkletoes
Unknown Role (as Nola Luxford)
 1926 Forlorn River
Magda Lee (as Nola Luxford)
 1925 The Prince of Pep
Marion Nord (as Nola Luxford)
 1925 Border Justice
Mary Maitland (as Nola Luxford)
 1925 That Devil Quemado
Conchita Ramériz (as Nola Luxford)
 1924 The House of Youth
Society Girl (as Nola Luxford)
 1924 Girl Shy
Vamp (uncredited)
 1923 Rouged Lips
Mamie Dugan (as Nola Luxford)
 1923 The Flying Dutchman
Melissa (as Nola Luxford)
 1921 Opened Shutters
Edna Derwent (as Nola Luxford)
 1921 The Mad Marriage
Bob (as Nola Luxford)
 1920 The Tiger's Coat
Clare Bagsby (as Nola Luxford)

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Left New Zealand for Hollywood in 1919 to escape a 'family scandal'. Appeared in films under the name Nola Luxford. She made her radio debut, broadcasting reports of the 1932 Olympic Games for NBC, and became one of the first women network news announcers in New York. She also ran the Anzac Club which catered for Australian and New Zealand servicemen. Was awarded an OBE.

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