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Miriam Ann Johnson, Marriage License Applicant (uncredited)
Flower Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
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Isabelle as a Child (uncredited)
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Magazine ad for Max Factor Tru-COlor Lipstick (1943)
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Baby Dawn O'Day | Dawn O'Day
5' 2" (1.57 m)
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[about her mother] I realized how much she dedicated her life to making me a somebody . . . Because of this, I'm very proud I did what I did. What I eventually became justified my mother's hard work, dedication and sacrifices. So, although I was propelled and pushed toward a life on camera, because of the pride and happiness my mother felt, I was happy too . . . for a while.
Not to be confused with another Dawn O'Day
, a brunette dancer, who appeared in a few Vitaphone musical shorts in the early 1930s.
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