Martha Sleeper - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Martha Sleeper’s height is 5ft 4in (1.63 m)

Martha Sleeper (June 24, 1910 – March 25, 1983) was a silent film comedienne of the 1920s and Broadway and film actress of the 1940s. She studied dancing for five years with Russian ballet master, Louis H. Chalif, at his New York dancing studio. Her first public exhibitions were at Carnegie Hall at his class exhibitions.

First Name: Martha
Last Name: Sleeper
Birth Full Name: Martha Sleeper
Born: 24 June, 1907
Birthplace: Lake Bluff, Illinois
Died: 25 March, 1983
Death Location: Beaufort, South Carolina
Height: 5ft 4in (1.63 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actress
Father: William B. Sleeper
Filmography: The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945), Rhythm on the Range (1936), Four Days’ Wonder (1936), The Scoundrel (1935), Tomorrow’s Youth (1935), Great God Gold (1935), Two Sinners (1935), Hollywood Party (1934), Spitfire (1934), West of the Pecos (1934), Bombshell (1933), Midnight Mary (1933), Penthouse (1933), The Secret of Madame Blanche (1933), Broken Dreams (1933), Rasputin and the Empress (1932), The Chimp (1932, Short Film), Huddle (1932), Girls Demand Excitement (1931), Ten Cents a Dance (1931), Confessions of a Co-Ed (1931), A Tailor Made Man (1931), Madam Satan (1930), Our Blushing Brides (1930), War Nurse (1930), The Air Legion (1929), The Voice of the Storm (1929), Should Tall Men Marry? (1928, Short Film), Little Yellow House, The (1928), Pass the Gravy (1928, Short Film), Skinner’s Big Idea (1928), Taxi 13 (1928), Danger Street (1928), Fluttering Hearts (1927, Short Film), Flaming Fathers (1927), The Honorable Mr. Buggs (1927, Short Film), Love ‘Em and Feed ‘Em (1927, Short Film), Jewish Prudence (1927, Short Film), Yale vs. Harvard (1927, Short Film), The Way of All Pants (1927, Short Film), Fighting Fathers (1927), Crazy Like a Fox (1926, Short Film), Along Came Auntie (1926, Short Film), Bromo and Juliet (1926, Short Film), Long Fliv the King (1926, Short Film), Madame Mystery (1926, Short Film), Thundering Fleas (1926, Short Film), The Merry Widower (1926, Short Film), Never Too Old (1926, Short Film), Wise Guys Prefer Brunettes (1926, Short Film), Mum’s the Word (1926, Short Film), Baby Clothes (1926, Short Film), Say It with Babies (1926, Short Film), Should Husbands Pay? (1926), Dizzy Daddies (1926), Don Key (1926, Son of Burro), What’s the World Coming To? (1926, Short Film), Your Husband’s Past (1926), Ukulele Sheiks (1926, Short Film), Punch in the Nose, A (1926), Should Sailors Marry? (1925, Short Film), Bad Boy (1925, Short Film), Innocent Husbands (1925, Short Film), Rat’s Knuckles, The (1925), Big Red Riding Hood (1925, Short Film), Better Movies (1925, Short Film), Plain and Fancy Girls (1925), Wild Papa (1925, Short Film), Sure-Mike! (1925, Short Film), Laughing Ladies (1925, Short Film), Are Husbands Human? (1925), Are Husbands Necessary? (1925), Sherlock Sleuth (1925, Short Film), Tame Men and Wild Women (1925), There Goes the Bride (1925), Hold Everything (1925), All Wet (1924, Short Film), Outdoor Pajamas (1924, Short Film), Royal Razz, The (1924), Seeing Nellie Home (1924, Short Film), Sweet Daddy (1924), A Ten-Minute Egg (1924, Short Film), Too Many Mammas (1924, Short Film), Every Man for Himself (1924, Short Film), Budding Youth (1924), Low Bridge (1924), Happy Days (1924, Short Film), Please, Teacher! (1924), Racing Kid, The (1924), Trailing Trouble (1924), Should Landlords Live? (1924)

Leave Your Comment