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Carole Lombard’s height is 5ft 3¼in (1.61 m)

Carole Lombard (born Jane Alice Peters; October 6, 1908 – January 16, 1942) was an American film actress. She was particularly noted for her highly neurotic, energetic and often off-beat roles in the screwball comedies of the 1930s. She was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930s.

Carole Lombard

First Name: Carole
Last Name: Lombard
Maiden Name: Peters
Birth Full Name: Jane Alice Peters
Other Names: `The Profane Angel`,`The Hoosier Tornado`,`Ma`
Born: 6 October, 1908
Birthplace: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Died: 16 January, 1942
Death Location: Potosi Mountain, Nevada
Cause of Death: Plane Crash
Height: 5ft 3¼in (1.61 m)
Weight: 112 lbs (50.8 kg)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Astrological Sign: Libra
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Bahai
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
High School: Fairfax High School, Los Angeles, CA (1927)
Occupation: Actress
Body Measurements: 34B-24-34
Shoe Size: 4 1/2B.
Official Websites:
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Father: Frederick C. Peters
Mother: Elizabeth Knight
Favorite Colors: White, Paige
Filmography: To Be or Not to Be (1942), Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941), They Knew What They Wanted (1940), Vigil in the Night (1940), In Name Only (1939), Made for Each Other (1939), Fools for Scandal (1938), Nothing Sacred (1937), Swing High, Swing Low (1937), True Confession (1937), Love Before Breakfast (1936), My Man Godfrey (1936), The Princess Comes Across (1936), Hands Across the Table (1935), Rumba (1935), Bolero (1934), Now and Forever (1934), Twentieth Century (1934), We’re Not Dressing (1934), Lady by Choice (1934), The Gay Bride (1934), Supernatural (1933), The Eagle and the Hawk (1933), White Woman (1933), From Hell to Heaven (1933), Brief Moment (1933), No Man of Her Own (1932), Sinners in the Sun (1932), Virtue (1932), No More Orchids (1932), No One Man (1932), Man of the World (1931), I Take This Woman (1931), It Pays to Advertise (1931), Ladies’ Man (1931), Up Pops the Devil (1931), Fast and Loose (1930), Safety in Numbers (1930), The Arizona Kid (1930), High Voltage (1929), The Racketeer (1929), Big News (1929), Don’t Get Jealous (1929, Short Film), Matchmaking Mamma (1929, Short Film), The Best Man (1928, Short Film), Me, Gangster (1928), Power (1928), The Campus Vamp (1928, Short Film), The Beach Club (1928, Short Film), The Bicycle Flirt (1928, Short Film), The Campus Carmen (1928, Short Film), Divine Sinner, The (1928), The Girl from Nowhere (1928, Short Film), His Unlucky Night (1928, Short Film), Hubby’s Weekend Trip (1928, Short Film), Motorboat Mamas (1928, Short Film), Ned McCobb’s Daughter (1928), Run, Girl, Run (1928, Short Film), Show Folks (1928), The Swim Princess (1928, Short Film), Smith’s Army Life (1928, Short Film), Smith’s Restaurant (1928, Short Film), My Best Girl (1927), The Fighting Eagle (1927), The Girl from Everywhere (1927, Short Film), Gold Digger of Weepah (1927, Short Film), Smith’s Pony (1927, Short Film), The Road to Glory (1926), The Johnstown Flood (1926), Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925), Pretty Ladies (1925), The Plastic Age (1925), Dick Turpin (1925), Durand of the Bad Lands (1925), Gold and the Girl (1925), Hearts and Spurs (1925), Marriage in Transit (1925), Gold Heels (1924), A Perfect Crime (1921), Made for Each Other (1939), Fools for Scandal (1938), Nothing Sacred (1937), Swing High, Swing Low (1937), Lady by Choice (1934), White Woman (1933), Brief Moment (1933), Safety in Numbers (1930), Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 9 (1939), Hollywood Goes to Town (1938), Breakdowns of 1938 (1938, Short Film), Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 3 (1936), The Fashion Side of Hollywood (1935), Hollywood on Parade No. 11 (1933), Hollywood on Parade No. A-12 (1933, Short Film), Hollywood on Parade No. A-13 (1933), The Voice of Hollywood No. 12 (1930, Short Film)
Carole Lombard Quote: I live by a man’s code, designed to fit a man’s world, yet at the same time I never forget that a woman’s first job is to choose the right shade of lipstick. View More Carole Lombard Quotes

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