Appeared (as "Mrs. Dwight Allen") in "The Fourflusher" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Caesar Dunn
. Apollo Theatre: 13 Apr 1925-1 Jun 1925 (56 performances). Cast: Louise Allen, Spencer Charters
(as "Ira Whittaker"), George Dill, Charles N. Greene, Eugene MacGregor, Russell Mack
, Sue MacManamy, Gertrude Moran, John Daly Murphy
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
[on first joining the Marx Brothers act] After three weeks as a leading lady, Groucho had pushed me out of windows, pulled chairs out from under me, broiled steaks in the fireplace of my apartment, put frogs in my bathtub and made my life miserable, on the stage and off.
Her screen persona was that of a stolid, wealthy society matron, which is exactly what she was: her husband, John Moller, was a millionaire industrialist, and she often commuted to filming locations from her mansions in Palm Springs, California, and Paris, France.
Best known as her roles as the haughty straight woman for the Marx Brothers.