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  2. Myrna Loy - Wikipedia

    Myrna Loy (born Myrna Adele Williams; August 2, 1905 – December 14, 1993) was an American film, television and stage actress. As a performer, she was known for her ability to adapt to her screen partner's acting style. Born in Helena, Montana, Loy was raised in rural Radersburg during her early childhood, before relocating to Los Angeles with ...

  3. Myrna Loy - IMDb

    Myrna Loy. Actress: The Thin Man. Myrna Williams, later to become Myrna Loy, was born on August 2, 1905 in Helena, Montana. Her father was the youngest person ever elected to the Montana State legislature. Later on her family moved to Radersburg where she spent her youth on a cattle ranch.

  4. Myrna Loy - Biography - IMDb

    Overview. Born. August 2, 1905 · Helena, Montana, USA. Died. December 14, 1993 · New York City, New York, USA (complications from surgery) Birth name. Myrna Adele Williams. Nicknames. Queen of Hollywood. The Perfect Wife. Queen of the Movies. Minnie. Height. 5′ 6″ (1.68 m) Mini Bio.

  5. Myrna Loy filmography - Wikipedia

    The Myrna Loy filmography presents a chronology of the motion picture and television appearances of actress Myrna Loy. All of Loy's films released prior to The Desert Song (1929) were silent, except where noted. All of Loy's films were produced in the United States, except for That Dangerous Age (1949), which was produced in Great Britain.

  6. Myrna Loy, American motion-picture actress who began her screen career playing treacherous femmes fatales and who attained stardom during the 1930s in roles as glib, resourceful sophisticates. Dubbed the “Queen of Hollywood” during her heyday, Loy was often promoted by her studio as every man’s.

  7. MYRNA LOY DIES - The Washington Post

    Myrna Loy, 88, the popular movie actress who weathered a long Hollywood apprenticeship before emerging as a star in the 1934 murder mystery "The Thin Man" and becoming a favorite embodiment of...

  8. Myrna Loy, Model of Urbanity in 'Thin Man' Roles, Dies at 88

    Myrna Loy, the urbane actress who personified a liberated wife of intelligence and wry good humor in some of the best American movie comedies of the 1930's and 40's, died yesterday at Lenox...

  9. Myrna Loy (August 2, 1905 – December 14, 1993) was an American movie, television and stage actress. She was known for her roles in The Thin Man, The Best Years of Our Lives, After the Thin Man, Libeled Lady, and in Manhattan Melodrama. [1] [2] Loy devoted herself to acting after a few minor roles in silent films.

  10. Myrna Loy, Her World Beyond Hollywood, Part I 1905-1949

    Myrna Loy was an American actress whose 129 movie career made her a household name for decades.

  11. Myrna Loy, Star of 'Thin Man' Films, Dies at 88 : Movies:...

    Dec. 15, 1993 12 AM PT. TIMES STAFF WRITER. Myrna Loy, whose film career languished when she portrayed exotic vamps but blossomed in the elegant glow she cast as the Thin Man’s loving but...