Marguerite Chapman
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Marguerite Chapman

Actor and Model
Female
Born Mar 9, 1918

Marguerite Chapman was an American actress. Born in Chatham, New York, she was working as a telephone switchboard operator in White Plains, New York when her good looks brought about the opportunity to pursue a career in modeling. Signed by the prestigious John Robert Powers Agency in New York City, the publicity she earned modeling brought an offer from 20th Century Fox film studios in Hollywood.… Read More

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  • Marguerite Chapman, 81, Actress With Starring Roles In Movies
    NYTimes - Sep 06, 1999
  • Weddings; Marguerite Chapman, Webb Ellinger
    NYTimes - Sep 28, 1997

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CHILDHOOD

1918 Birth Born on March 9, 1918.

TWENTIES

1940 22 Years Old She made her film debut in 1940, working for the next two years in small roles.
1942 24 Years Old In 1942, her big break came with Republic Pictures when she was cast in the leading female role in the twelve-part adventure film serial Spy Smasher, a production that is considered by many as one of the best serials ever made. … Read More

THIRTIES

1955 37 Years Old During the 1950s Chapman continued to perform mostly in secondary film roles, notably in Marilyn Monroe's 1955 hit The Seven Year Itch. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1997 79 Years Old Chapman was reportedly initially selected to play the role of "Old Rose" Dawson-Calvert in the 1997 James Cameron epic Titanic but poor health prevented her from accepting the offer. … Read More
1999 82 Years Old Marguerite Chapman died in 1999, aged 81, and was interred in Holy Cross Cemetery, in Culver City, California.
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