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Hope Hampton (1897–1982)

Hope Hampton was born on February 19, 1897 in Houston, Texas, USA as Mae Elizabeth Hampton. She was an actress and producer, known for The Light in the Dark (1922), The Gold Diggers (1923) and The Bait (1921). She was married to Jules Brulatour. She died on January 23, 1982 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Light in the Dark
The Light in the Dark Bessie MacGregor
The Gold Diggers
The Gold Diggers Jerry La Mar
The Bait
The Bait Joan Granger
Love's Penalty
Love's Penalty Janis Clayton


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 1961 Hey, Let's Twist!
Hope Hampton
 1938 The Road to Reno
Linda Halliday
 1927 The Call of the Sea (Short)
The Mermaid
 1927 Love's Springtime (Short)
 1926 The Unfair Sex
Shirley Chamberlain
 1925 Lover's Island
Clemmy Dawson
 1925 Marionettes (Short)
 1925 Fifty-Fifty
 1924 The Price of a Party
Grace Barrows
 1924 The Truth About Women
Hilda Carr
 1923 Does It Pay?
Doris Clark
 1922 Stardust
Lily Becker
 1921 Love's Penalty
Janis Clayton
 1921 The Bait
Joan Granger
 1920 A Modern Salome
Virginia Hastings
 1918 Woman
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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Personal Quote:

Glamour is finished. I don't want my picture in the papers next to a girl with jeans on. [mid-1970s interview]


One of her favored night spots was the Peppermint Lounge at 128 45th Street in New York. This discotheque was a birthplace for 'The Twist' dance craze of the 1960's. Hope Hampton - at the age of 65 - became Miss Twist of 1962. See more »

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