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Claire Luce (1903–1989)

Claire Luce was born on October 15, 1903 in Syracuse, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Up the River (1930), Over She Goes (1938) and Lazybones (1935). She was married to Clifford W. Smith. She died on August 31, 1989 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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 1955-1956 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
Jean Blake
- Hold My Hand and Run (1956) ... Jean Blake
- Technique (1955)
- Roman Fever (1955)
 1953-1954 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series)
Muriel Flood / Nell O'Neill / Deborah Kane / ...
- Reflected Glory (1954) ... Muriel Flood
- The Thirteenth Chair (1953) ... Nell O'Neill
- Interference (1953) ... Deborah Kane
- Candlelight (1953) ... Marie
 1952 Lights Out (TV Series)
- Death Trap (1952)
 1951-1952 Cameo Theatre (TV Series)
- Of Unsound Mind (1951)
 1952 Tales of Tomorrow (TV Series)
Rose
- The Children's Room (1952) ... Rose
 1938 Over She Goes
Pamela Ward
 1938 Let's Make a Night of It
Viola Vanders
 1937 Under Secret Orders
Gaby, Rene's Girl
 1935 Lazybones
Kitty McCarthy
 1935 Vintage Wine
Nina Popinot
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 1938 Over She Goes (performer: "A County Wedding", "I Breathe On Windows", "Over She Goes")
 1938 Let's Make a Night of It (performer: "The Spider and the Fly", "Havana")
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Much Ado About Nothing. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Raffaello De Banfield. Directed by Antony Eustrel. Music Box Theatre: 1 May 1952- 3 May 1952 (4 performances). Cast: John W. Austin, Bruce Barlow, Nat Burns, Herbert Coleman, Melville Cooper (as "Dogberry"), Antony Eustrel, John Giroux... See more »

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Trivia:

Luce enjoyed a long career on Broadway, appearing there from 1923-1952. She appeared in a number of hits, starring opposite Fred Astaire in the Broadway version of "Gay Divorce" in 1932 and "Of Mice and Men" in 1937 (see Other Work).

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