Eleanor Stewart Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died in Rancho Bernardo, California, USA  (complications from Alzheimer's disease)

Mini Bio (1)

Eleanor Stewart was born on February 2, 1913 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is known for her work on Waterloo Bridge (1940), Arizona Days (1937) and Men of San Quentin (1942). She was married to Greiner, Maurice and Peterson, Les. She died on July 4, 2007 in Rancho Bernardo, California, USA.

Spouse (2)

Greiner, Maurice (1991 - 4 July 2007) (her death)
Peterson, Les (1944 - ?) (1 child)

Trivia (7)

Had one daughter, Karen.
First husband was MGM publicity man Les Peterson.
She was the author of A Fair Vision, a book about the Pilgrims.
During WWII, she was a Gray Lady volunteer at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Los Angeles.
Attended Northwestern University.
Won a talent contest at MGM and traveled to Hollywood where he career jumpstarted. She retired in the mid 1940s.
Model-turned actress of several late 30s and early 40s westerns.

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