Josephine Hutchinson

Josephine Hutchinson

Born Nov 10, 1903

Josephine Hutchinson was an American actress. She was born in Seattle, Washington. Her mother, Leona Roberts, was an actress best known for her role as "Mrs. Meade" in Gone with the Wind. Through her mother's connections, Hutchinson made her film debut at the age of thirteen in The Little Princess, starring Mary Pickford. She later attended the Cornish School of Music and Drama in Seattle, and then moved to New York City where she began acting in theater.… Read More

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1903 Birth Born on October 12, 1903.


1924 20 Years Old Hutchinson married Robert W. Bell, a stage director, in 1924.
1926 22 Years Old In 1926, she met the actress Eva Le Gallienne and became a member of Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Theatre company.
1927 23 Years Old By 1927, the two women were involved in a lesbian affair, and Hutchinson and Bell, who separated in 1928, were divorced in 1930. … Read More


1934 30 Years Old Under contract with Warner Bros. Hutchinson went to Hollywood in 1934, debuting in Happiness Ahead.
1935 31 Years Old 1 More Event
She was featured on the cover of Film Weekly on August 23, 1935 and appeared in The Story of Louis Pasteur in 1936. … Read More


1998 95 Years Old She died, aged 94, on June 4, 1998, at the Florence Nightingale Nursing Home in Manhattan. … Read More
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