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Zasu Pitts’s height is 5ft 6in (1.68 m)

ZaSu Pitts was an American actress who starred in many silent dramas and comedies, transitioning to comedy sound films.

Zasu Pitts

Best Known For Movie: Greed
Born: January 3, 1894, Parsons, Kansas, United States
Filmography: It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), Burke’s Law (1963), The Thrill of It All (1963), Perry Mason (1962), Teenage Millionaire (1961), Guestward Ho! (1961), The Jim Backus Show (1961), The Dennis O’Keefe Show (1960), The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna (1956-1960), This Could Be the Night (1957), Private Secretary (1957), The Red Skelton Hour (1956), The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1956), Screen Directors Playhouse (1955), The Best of Broadway (1954), Kraft Theatre (1954), Francis Joins the WACS (1954), General Electric Theater (1954), Denver and Rio Grande (1952), Francis (1950), The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (1949), The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre (1948), Life with Father (1947), The Perfect Marriage (1947), Breakfast in Hollywood (1946), Dear Miss Gloria (1946), Let’s Face It (1943), Tish (1942), So’s Your Aunt Emma! (1942), The Bashful Bachelor (1942), Mexican Spitfire at Sea (1942), Uncle Joe (1941), The Mexican Spitfire’s Baby (1941), Miss Polly (1941), Weekend for Three (1941), Niagara Falls (1941), Broadway Limited (1941), No, No, Nanette (1940), It All Came True (1940), Eternally Yours (1939), Nurse Edith Cavell (1939), Mickey the Kid (1939), Naughty But Nice (1939), The Lady’s from Kentucky (1939), 52nd Street (1937), Forty Naughty Girls (1937), Merry Comes to Town (1937), Wanted! (1937), Sing Me a Love Song (1936), The Plot Thickens (1936), Mad Holiday (1936), 13 Hours by Air (1936), The Affair of Susan (1935), Hot Tip (1935), She Gets Her Man (1935), Going Highbrow (1935), Spring Tonic (1935), Ruggles of Red Gap (1935), The Gay Bride (1934), Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1934), Their Big Moment (1934), Dames (1934), Private Scandal (1934), Love Birds (1934), Sing and Like It (1934), Three on a Honeymoon (1934), Two Alone (1934), The Meanest Gal in Town (1934), Mr. Skitch (1933), Meet the Baron (1933), Aggie Appleby Maker of Men (1933), Love, Honor and Oh Baby! (1933), I’ve Got to Sing a Torch Song (1933), Her First Mate (1933), Professional Sweetheart (1933), One Track Minds (1933), Hello, Sister! (1933), Out All Night (1933), The Bargain of the Century (1933), Maids a la Mode (1933), Asleep in the Feet (1933), They Just Had to Get Married (1932), Sneak Easily (1932), Madison Sq. Garden (1932), The Soilers (1932), Once in a Lifetime (1932), The Crooked Circle (1932), Alum and Eve (1932), Back Street (1932), Blondie of the Follies (1932), Show Business (1932), The Vanishing Frontier (1932), Roar of the Dragon (1932), Make Me a Star (1932), Is My Face Red? (1932), The Old Bull (1932), Westward Passage (1932), Strangers of the Evening (1932), The Trial of Vivienne Ware (1932), Strictly Unreliable (1932), Destry Rides Again (1932), Shopworn (1932), Red Noses (1932), Steady Company (1932), Sealskins (1932), Broken Lullaby (1932), The Unexpected Father (1932), On the Loose (1931), The Secret Witness (1931), War Mamas (1931), The Guardsman (1931), Penrod and Sam (1931), The Pajama Party (1931), The Big Gamble (1931), Catch-As Catch-Can (1931), Their Mad Moment (1931), A Woman of Experience (1931), Let’s Do Things (1931), Seed (1931), Beyond Victory (1931), The Bad Sister (1931), Finn and Hattie (1931), Passion Flower (1930), Free Love (1930), Sin Takes a Holiday (1930), River’s End (1930), The Lottery Bride (1930), War Nurse (1930), Monte Carlo (1930), The Squealer (1930), The Little Accident (1930), The Devil’s Holiday (1930), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), Honey (1930), No, No, Nanette (1930), This Thing Called Love (1929), The Locked Door (1929), Paris (1929), Oh, Yeah? (1929), Her Private Life (1929), The Argyle Case (1929), Twin Beds (1929), The Squall (1929), The Dummy (1929), Sunlight (1928), The Honeymoon (1928), Sins of the Fathers (1928), The Wedding March (1928), Buck Privates (1928), 13 Washington Square (1928), Wife Savers (1928), Casey at the Bat (1927), Her Big Night (1926), Risky Business (1926), Sunny Side Up (1926), Early to Wed (1926), Monte Carlo (1926), What Happened to Jones (1926), Mannequin (1926), The Great Love (1925), Wages for Wives (1925), Lazybones (1925), Thunder Mountain (1925), The Business of Love (1925), A Woman’s Faith (1925), Pretty Ladies (1925), Old Shoes (1925), The Re-Creation of Brian Kent (1925), The Great Divide (1925), Sunlight of Paris (1924), Greed (1924), Secrets of the Night (1924), The Fast Set (1924), Wine of Youth (1924), Legend of Hollywood (1924), Changing Husbands (1924), Triumph (1924), The Goldfish (1924), Daughters of Today (1924), West of the Water Tower (1923), Tea: With a Kick! (1923), Three Wise Fools (1923), Mary of the Movies (1923), The Girl Who Came Back (1923), Poor Men’s Wives (1923), A Daughter of Luxury (1922), Youth to Youth (1922), For the Defense (1922), Is Matrimony a Failure? (1922), Patsy (1921), Seeing It Through (1920), Heart of Twenty (1920), Bright Skies (1920), Poor Relations (1919), The Other Half (1919), Better Times (1919), Men, Women, and Money (1919), As the Sun Went Down (1919), A Lady’s Name (1918), The Greatest Thing in Life (1918), The Talk of the Town (1918), A Society Sensation (1918), The Pie Eyed Piper (1918), How Could You, Jean? (1918), Good Night, Paul (1918), Who’s Your Wife? (1918), A Modern Musketeer (1917), The Little Princess (1917), ’49-’17 (1917), Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917), Why They Left Home (1917), Behind the Map (1917), O-My the Tent Mover (1917), The Battling Bellboy (1917), Canning the Cannibal King (1917), He Had ‘em Buffaloed (1917), Discords in ‘A’ Flat (1917), His Fatal Beauty (1917), A Desert Dilemma (1917), Tillie of the Nine Lives (1917), Uneasy Money (1917), Sing Me a Love Song (1936), Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1934), Sing and Like It (1934), Honey (1930), Here’s Hollywood (1962), Disneyland ’59 (1959), The Spike Jones Show (1954), The Name’s the Same (1952), I’ve Got a Secret (1952), What’s My Line? (1952), Texaco Star Theatre (1950), Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 6 (1931), A Trip Through the Paramount Studio (1927), 1925 Studio Tour (1925), Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 2 (1923), Hollywood (1923), Souls for Sale (1923), Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 14 (1920), America’s Clown: An Intimate Biography of Red Skelton (2014), The Naked Archaeologist (2008), Hal Roach: Hollywood’s King of Laughter (1994), Hollywood (1980), The Big Parade of Comedy (1964), Screen Snapshots: Memories of Famous Hollywood Comedians (1952), Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Party (1948), And She Learned About Dames (1934).
Other Names: ZaSu Pitts, Zazu Pitts
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Film Actress
Died: June 7, 1963, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
TV shows: The Gale Storm Show
Children: Donald Michael Gallery, Ann Gallery
Spouse: John E. Woodall (m. 1933–1963), Tom Gallery (m. 1920–1933)
Height: 5ft 6in (1.68 m)
First Name: Zasu
Middle Name: Susan
Maiden Name: Pitts
Birth Full Name: Eliza Susan Pitts
Birthplace: Parsons, Kansas
Death Location: Hollywood, California, U.S.
Cause of Death: Cancer
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
High School: Santa Cruz High School
Father: Rulandus Pitts
Mother: Nellie (Shay) Pitts

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