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Genevieve Tobin

Actor
Female
Born Nov 29, 1899
Hometown New York, New York
Died Jul 21, 1995
Death Place Pasadena, California
Height 5' 3½" (16...
Nationality American
Hair Color Blonde

Genevieve Tobin was an American actress.

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CHILDHOOD

1899 Birth Born on November 29, 1899.
1910 10 Years Old The daughter of a vaudeville performer, Tobin made her film debut in 1910 in Uncle Tom's Cabin as Eva. … Read More

TWENTIES

1923 23 Years Old Although she was seen most often in comedies, she also played the role of Cordelia in a Broadway production of King Lear in 1923.
1929 29 Years Old Popular with audiences, she was often praised by critics for her appearance and style rather than for her talent, however in 1929 she achieved a significant success in the play Fifty Million Frenchmen. … Read More

THIRTIES

1938 38 Years Old She married the director William Keighley in 1938 and made only a couple more films; her final film before her retirement was No Time for Comedy (1940) with James Stewart and Rosalind Russell.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1995 96 Years Old Died on July 21, 1995.
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