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Helen Twelvetrees (1908–1958)


Helen Twelvetrees was born Helen Marie Jurgens in Brooklyn, New York on December 25, 1908. Her interest in the theatricals was apparent at an early age. After graduating from high school. Helen embarked on a stage career. She participated in a number of plays in New York City, but gravitated toward film when she headed to the West Coast in late ... See full bio »

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 1939 Unmarried
Pat Rogers
 1939 Persons in Hiding
Helen Griswold
 1937 Hollywood Round-Up
Carol Stevens
 1936 Thoroughbred
Joan
 1935 Frisco Waterfront
Alice
 1935 She Gets Her Man
Francine
 1935 Times Square Lady
Margo Heath
 1934 One Hour Late
Bessie Dunn
 1934 She Was a Lady
Sheila Vane
 1934 Now I'll Tell
Virginia Golden
 1934 All Men Are Enemies
Katha
 1933 King for a Night
Lillian Williams
 1933 My Woman
Connie Riley Rollins
 1933 Disgraced!
Gay Holloway
 1932 State's Attorney
June Perry
 1932 Young Bride
Allie Smith Riggs
 1932 Panama Flo
Flo
 1931 Bad Company
Helen King Carlyle
 1931 The Painted Desert
Mary Ellen Cameron
 1930 Her Man
Frankie Keefe
 1930 Swing High
Maryan
 1930 The Grand Parade
Molly
 1929 Words and Music
Dorothy Blake
 1929 Blue Skies
Dorothy May (episode 2)
 1929 The Ghost Talks
Miriam Holt
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Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Between pictures I go away. I think that is the best way to achieve happiness in Hollywood, the only way to keep one's perspective. If you stay too close to the motion picture colony you lose your sense of values. See more »

Trivia:

Her career was born after noted artist George Bradshaw Crandall painted a portrait of her which made the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. She was a student at New York's Art Student League at the time studying music, painting and drama. See more »

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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