Ann Dvorak (1911–1979)

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Ann Dvorak was the daughter of silent film star Anna Lehr and silents director Edwin McKim. She entered films at the start of sound, as a dance instructor for the lavish MGM musicals. She came to international prominence in Scarface (1932) with Paul Muni, but often complained about the lack of quality of her films, which led to arguments with her ... See full bio »

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Known For

Scarface Cesca Camonte
Three on a Match Vivian Revere
'G' Men Jean Morgan


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 1952 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series)
Mary Dugan
- The Trial of Mary Dugan (1952) ... Mary Dugan
 1952 Celanese Theatre (TV Series)
Anna Maurrant
- Street Scene (1952) ... Anna Maurrant
 1951 The Bigelow Theatre (TV Series)
- Flowers for John (1951)
- Closeup (1951) ... Shirley
 1951 Gruen Guild Theater (TV Series)
- Ballerina (1951)
 1951 The Secret of Convict Lake
Rachel Schaeffer
 1951 I Was an American Spy
Claire Phillips
 1950 Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone
Connie Kepplar
 1950 The Return of Jesse James
Susan (Sue) Ellen Younger
 1950 A Life of Her Own
Mary Ashlon
 1950 Our Very Own
Mrs. Gert Lynch
 1950 The Silver Theatre (TV Series)
- Closeup (1950) ... Shirley
 1948 The Walls of Jericho
Belle Connors
 1947 The Long Night
 1947 The Private Affairs of Bel Ami
Claire Madeleine Forestier
 1947 Out of the Blue
Olive Jensen
 1946 The Bachelor's Daughters
Terry Wilson
 1946 Abilene Town
 1945 Masquerade in Mexico
Helen Grant
 1945 Flame of Barbary Coast
'Flaxen' Tarry
 1943 There's a Future in It (Short)
 1943 Escape to Danger
Joan Grahame
 1943 Squadron Leader X
Barbara Lucas
 1942 This Was Paris
Ann Morgan
 1940 Girls of the Road
Kay Warren
 1940 Cafe Hostess
 1939 Stronger Than Desire
Eva McLain
 1939 Blind Alley
 1938 Gangs of New York
Connie Benson
 1938 Merrily We Live
Minerva Harlan
 1937 Manhattan Merry-Go-Round
Ann Rogers
 1937 She's No Lady
 1937 The Case of the Stuttering Bishop
Della Street
 1937 Midnight Court
Carol O'Neill
 1937 Racing Lady
Ruth Martin
 1937 We Who Are About to Die
Miss Connie Stewart
 1935 Thanks a Million
Sally Mason
 1935 Dr. Socrates
Josephine Gray
 1935 Bright Lights
Fay Wilson
 1935 'G' Men
Jean Morgan
 1935 Sweet Music
Bonnie Haydon
 1934 Murder in the Clouds
Judy Wagner
 1934 Gentlemen Are Born
Susan Merrill
 1934 I Sell Anything
 1934 Housewife
 1934 Friends of Mr. Sweeney
Miss Beulah Boyd
 1934 Midnight Alibi
Joan Morley
 1934 Side Streets
Marguerite Gilbert
 1934 Heat Lightning
 1934 Massacre
 1933 College Coach
Claire Gore
 1933 The Way to Love
 1932 Three on a Match
Vivian Revere
 1932 Crooner
Judith 'Judy' Mason
 1932 Stranger in Town
Marian Crickle
 1932 Love Is a Racket
Sally Condon
 1932 The Strange Love of Molly Louvain
Molly Louvain
 1932 The Crowd Roars
Lee Merrick
 1932 Scarface
Cesca Camonte
 1932 Sky Devils
Mary Way
 1931 The Guardsman
Fan Saying 'There He Is' (uncredited)
 1931 The Phantom of Paris
Maid (uncredited)
 1931 This Modern Age
Parisian Party Girl (uncredited)
 1931 Son of India
Village Dancer (uncredited)
 1931 Politics
Rally Audience Extra (uncredited)
 1931 Just a Gigolo
Cafe Patron (uncredited)
 1931 A Tailor Made Man
Bit (uncredited)
 1931 Dance, Fools, Dance
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1931 The Snappy Caballero (Short)
 1930 The Devil's Cabaret (Short)
Chorine in Black (uncredited)
 1930 War Nurse
Nurse in VA Hospital (uncredited)
 1930 The March of Time
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 Madam Satan
Zeppelin Reveler (uncredited)
 1930 Love in the Rough
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 Doughboys
Chorine (scenes deleted)
 1930 Good News
Student (uncredited)
 1930 Way Out West
Carnival Show Girl (uncredited)
 1930 Our Blushing Brides
One of the 'Quartet' of Models with Tony (uncredited)
 1930 Estrellados
Chorine (uncredited)
 1930 Children of Pleasure
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 Free and Easy
Chorine (uncredited)
 1930 Lord Byron of Broadway
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 Pirates (Short)
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 The Woman Racket
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1930 The Flower Garden (Short)
Member of Chorus
 1930 Chasing Rainbows
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1929 Devil-May-Care
Chorine (uncredited)
 1929 Manhattan Serenade (Short)
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1929 It's a Great Life
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1929 The Song Writers' Revue (Short)
Member of the Chorus (uncredited)
 1929 So This Is College
Sorority Sister (uncredited)
 1929 The Doll Shop (Short)
One of the Dolls (uncredited)
 1929 The Hollywood Revue of 1929
Ann Dvorak - Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1920 The Five Dollar Plate (Short) (as Baby Anna Lehr)
 1917 The Man Hater
Phemie's Little Sister (as Anna Lehr)
 1916 Ramona
Ramona (age 4) (as Baby Anna Lehr)
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Alternate Names:

Anna Lehr | Baby Anna Lehr | Ann McKim


5' 4½" (1.64 m)

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[when asked how her last name is pronounced] My name is properly pronounced "vor'shack". The D remains silent. I have had quite a time with the name, having been called practically everything from Balzac to Bickelsrock. See more »


A newspaper reporter introduces himself as "Charles MacArthur." MacArthur, in real life, was a Chicago newspaper reporter, as was one of the writers of this film, Ben Hecht, before the two collaborated on "The Front Page" and became playwrights and screen writers. See more »

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