Helen Mack

Born Nov 13, 1913

Helen Mack was an American actress. Mack started her career as a child actress in silent films, moving on to Broadway plays, and touring the vaudeville circuit. Her greater success as an actress was as a leading lady in the 1930s. Eventually Mack transitioned into performing on radio, and then into writing, directing, and producing some of the best known radio shows during the Golden Age of Radio.… Read More

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1913 Birth Born on November 13, 1913.


1931 17 Years Old 1 More Event
Her Fox Film screen test came in March 1931 and within three weeks she was on the studio lot. … Read More
1933 19 Years Old 1 More Event
Reviewer Norbert Lusk commented favorably regarding Mack's performance in the 1933 motion picture, Sweepings (1933). … Read More


1935 21 Years Old Mack married lawyer Charles Irwin in San Francisco, California, in February 1935 at age 21. Irwin was a bankruptcy trustee for Fox Film West Coast Theaters. By this time Mack was under contract to Paramount Pictures. They had a son in 1936 and divorced in 1938.
1940 26 Years Old In 1940 she married Thomas McAvity in Santa Barbara, California. … Read More


1986 73 Years Old In 1986, Mack died after a battle with cancer.
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