Linda Darnell

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Linda Darnell
Linda Darnell
1940s
Birthday/Birthplace Monetta Eloyse Darnell
(1923-10-16)October 16, 1923
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Deceased April 10, 1965(1965-04-10)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Cause of death Burns sustained in house fire
Resting place Union Hill Cemetery
Profession(s) Actress, singer
Active Years 1939–1965
Wife/Husband Peverell Marley (m. 1944–1952)
Phillip Liebmann (m. 1954–1955)
Merle Roy Robertson (m. 1960–1963)
Partner(s) Giuliano Scicolone (1956–1960)
Kid(s) 1

Linda_Darnell’s Biography

She was a model since she was eleven years old, and she played in the theater since she was thirteen. In 1937 he was presented for a Dallas film test organized by 20th Century Fox scouts; but it was finally rejected because it seemed too young. However, it caught the attention for its beauty and two years later the producer Darryl F. Zanuck, founder of Fox, asked him to go to Hollywood. So, when Linda was only sixteen, she signed her first film contract.

In 1940 she represented the main female character in The Sign of Zorro, which featured Tyrone Power for the male, and then worked in films such as Blood and Sand (from 1941, also with Power) and My Darling Clementine (1946).

In 1945 he took part in Fallen Angel directed by Otto Preminger and starring Dana Andrews and Alice Faye.

In 1947 he got the role of protagonist in Forever Amber, based on a historical novel of remarkable success that was once denounced as immoral. The character of Amber in the novel was so called because of her hair color, and this is the only great movie in which Linda Darnell – usually known for her dark brown hair – appears as a blonde.

She achieved a lot of prestige as an actress in Unfaithfully Yours (1948), with Rex Harrison, and Letter to Three Wives (1949); But in 1951 Fox did not renew the contract and went to work with the RKO. Of this time they are Blackbeard the Pirate (1952) with Robert Newton and Second Chance (1953) with Robert Mitchum.

After acting in two Italian productions directed by Giuseppe Amato in 1955, she achieved some success as a theater actress in works such as Tea and sympathie, Janus and Late love, among others, and also works in some episodes of television series. Linda Darnell returns to the cinema in 1965 with what would be her last film, Black Spurs.

She was married to the cinematographic photographer J. Peverell Marley (1944-1951), the rich brewer Philip Leibmann (1954-1955) and the pilot Merle Roy Robertson (1957-1963). Darnell and her first husband adopted a daughter, Charlotte Mildred “Lola” Marley.

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