|Date of Birth||28 May 1892 , Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
|Date of Death||14 April 1973 , Santa Monica, California, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Although Minna's specialty was street-wise, tough-talking blondes, she displayed quite a repertoire of varied characters during her movie career. She was best friend and steadying influence on Sally Eilers in Bad Girl (1931), a conflicted and unhappy mother in After Tomorrow (1932), the cold wife of The Thin Man (1934), a waspish wife in Babbitt (1934), brassy burlesque performers in Stepping Sisters (1932) and Comet Over Broadway (1938) and a tough nurse presiding over The Snake Pit (1948). She also had occasional leads, for instance as the gold-digger Stella in Bachelor's Affairs (1932), a comedy with Adolphe Menjou. An underrated and sadly, almost forgotten actress today, she enlivened many a film with her presence.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: I.S.Mowis
|Howard Rumsey||(? - ?) (divorced)|
|Joseph Sefton||(? - ?)|
|Myron C. Fagan||(? - 12 May 1972) (his death)|