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Margaret O’brien’s height is 5ft 4in (1.63 m)

Margaret O’Brien (born January 15, 1937) is an American film, television and stage actress. Beginning a prolific career as a child actress in feature films at the age of four, O’Brien became one of the most popular child stars in cinema history, and was honored with a Juvenile Academy Award as the outstanding child actress of 1944. In her later career, she appeared on television, on stage, and in supporting film roles.

Margaret O'brien

First Name: Margaret
Middle Name: Maxine
Last Name: O’Brien
Birth Full Name: Angela Maxine O`Brien
Born: 15 January, 1937
Birthplace: San Diego, California, USA
Height: 5ft 4in (1.63 m)
Weight: 115 lbs (52.2 kg)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Grey
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actress
Body Measurements: 34-24-34
Shoe Size: 7
Father: Lawrence O’Brien
Mother: Gladys Flores
Other Family Members: Mara Tolene (daughter)
Filmography: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2014), PlanetE! Entertainment Network (2013), Elf Sparkle and the Special Red Dress (2010, TV Movie), Frankenstein Rising (2010), Elf Sparkle Meets Christmas the Horse (2009, TV Movie), Dead in Love (2009), Sunset After Dark (1996), The New Lassie (1989, TV Show), Murder, She Wrote (1984, TV Show), Hotel (1983, TV Show), Tales from the Darkside (1983, TV Show), Amy (1981), Testimony of Two Men (1977, TV Show), Death in Space (1974, TV Movie), Love, American Style (1969, TV Show), Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969, TV Show), Adam-12 (1968, TV Show), Annabelle Lee (1968, Short Film), Ironside (1967, TV Show), Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963, TV Show), Combat! (1962, TV Show), Dr. Kildare (1961, TV Show), The DuPont Show of the Week (1961, TV Show), Heller in Pink Tights (1960), Checkmate (1960, TV Show), The Aquanauts (1960, TV Show), Maggie (1960, TV Movie), Adventures in Paradise (1959, TV Show), Rawhide (1959, TV Show), The DuPont Show with June Allyson (1959, TV Show), Little Women (1958, TV Movie), Pursuit (1958, TV Show), Perry Mason (1957, TV Show), Suspicion (1957, TV Show), Wagon Train (1957, TV Show), Glory (1956), Playhouse 90 (1956, TV Show), Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (1955, TV Show), Matinee Theatre (1955, TV Show), Front Row Center (1955, TV Show), Climax! (1954, TV Show), G.E. True Theater (1953, TV Show), The United States Steel Hour (1953, TV Show), The Christophers (1952, TV Show), The Ford Television Theatre (1952, TV Show), Girls Hand in Hand (1952), Her First Romance (1951), All Star Revue (1950, TV Show), Lux Video Theatre (1950, TV Show), Robert Montgomery Presents (1950, TV Show), Little Women (1949), The Secret Garden (1949), Big City (1948), Tenth Avenue Angel (1948), Studio One in Hollywood (1948, TV Show), The Unfinished Dance (1947), Kraft Theatre (1947, TV Show), Bad Bascomb (1946), Three Wise Fools (1946), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945), Jane Eyre (1944), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Music for Millions (1944), The Canterville Ghost (1944), Dr. Gillespie’s Criminal Case (1943), Lost Angel (1943), Madame Curie (1943), Thousands Cheer (1943), You, John Jones! (1943, Short Film), Journey for Margaret (1942), Babes on Broadway (1941), That’s Entertainment! (1974), Glory (1956), Little Women (1949), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Marsha Hunt’s Sweet Adversity (2014), Near Myth: The Oskar Knight Story (2013), Carol Channing: Larger Than Life (2012), Teens Wanna Know (2012, TV Show), Elizabeth Taylor: A Tribute (2011, TV Show), A Night at the Movies: Merry Christmas! (2011), The Actor’s Journey (2011), The Actor’s Journey for Kids (2011), Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure (2008, TV Movie), A Silent Star (2008), Twinkel, twinkel, kleine ster: Herinneringen uit Hollywood (2007, TV Movie), AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Songs: America’s Greatest Music in the Movies (2004, TV Show), The Mystery of Natalie Wood (2004, TV Movie), The 75th Annual Academy Awards (2003, TV Movie), Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star (2002, TV Show), ShirleyMania (2002, TV Show), Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration (2001, TV Movie), Child Stars: Their Story (2000, TV Show), The Great Christmas Movies (1998, TV Show), Creaturealm: From the Dead (1998), Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen’s (1997), E! True Hollywood Story (1996, TV Show), Private Screenings (1995, TV Show), Homeward Bound (1994, TV Show), The Story of Lassie (1994, TV Show), Hollywood Hotel (1994), Vicki! (1992, TV Show), The 35th Annual Thalians Gala (1990), America’s All-Star Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor (1989, TV Show), When We Were Young…: Growing Up on the Silver Screen (1989), Biography (1987, TV Show), Larry King Live (1985, TV Show), Xpose (1982), The 50th Annual Academy Awards (1978, TV Movie), Hollywood’s Diamond Jubilee (1978), An All-Star Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor (1977, TV Show), ABC Late Night (1973, TV Show), This Is Your Life (1971, TV Show), The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967, TV Show), Dateline: Hollywood (1967, TV Show), The Woody Woodbury Show (1967, TV Show), Gypsy (1965, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962, TV Show), The Mike Douglas Show (1961, TV Show), Here’s Hollywood (1960, TV Show), About Faces (1960, TV Show), The 28th Annual Academy Awards (1956, TV Movie), The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (1956, TV Show), George Jessel Show, The (1953, TV Show), Olympic Fund Telethon (1952), The Name’s the Same (1951, TV Show), What’s My Line? (1950, TV Show), The Ken Murray Show (1950, TV Show), TV Club (1950, TV Show), Inside U.S.A. with Chevrolet (1949, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), A.M. Chicago (-, TV Show)
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