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Marian Marsh’s height is 5ft 2in (1.57 m)

Marian Marsh (October 17, 1913 – November 9, 2006) was an American film actress, and later, environmentalist.

Marian Marsh

First Name: Marian
Middle Name: Ethelred
Last Name: Marsh
Birth Full Name: Violet Ethelred Krauth
Other Names: Violet Adams,Marilyn Morgan
Born: 17 October, 1913
Birthplace: Trinidad, West Indies
Died: 9 November, 2006
Death Location: Palm Desert, California
Cause of Death: Natural Causes
Height: 5ft 2in (1.57 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Brown – Light
Hair Color: Red
Astrological Sign: Libra
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
High School: Hollywood High School, Hollywood, California
Occupation: Actress
Sister(s): Jean Fenwick
Filmography: Bachelor Father (1957, TV Show), Schlitz Playhouse (1951, TV Show), House of Errors (1942), Murder by Invitation (1941), Gentleman from Dixie (1941), Fugitive from a Prison Camp (1940), Missing Daughters (1939), A Desperate Adventure (1938), Prison Nurse (1938), Saturday’s Heroes (1937), The Great Gambini (1937), When’s Your Birthday? (1937), Youth on Parole (1937), Counterfeit (1936), Lady of Secrets (1936), The Man Who Lived Twice (1936), Come Closer, Folks (1936), Crime and Punishment (1935), The Black Room (1935), Unknown Woman (1935), In Spite of Danger (1935), A Girl of the Limberlost (1934), I Like It That Way (1934), Der verlorene Sohn (1934), The Girl Thief (1934), Over the Garden Wall (1934), Notorious But Nice (1933), Daring Daughters (1933), The Eleventh Commandment (1933), A Man of Sentiment (1933), Strange Justice (1932), Alias the Doctor (1932), Beauty and the Boss (1932), The Sport Parade (1932), Five Star Final (1931), Svengali (1931), The Mad Genius (1931), The Naughty Flirt (1931), The Road to Singapore (1931), Under 18 (1931), Hell’s Angels (1930), Whoopee! (1930), Don’t Believe It (1930), The Sophomore (1929), When the Talkies Were Young (1955, Short Film), Svengali (1931), Picture People No. 1: Stars in Defense (1941, Short Film), Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off (1941), Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 1 (1936), Hollywood on Parade No. A-5 (1932, Short Film)

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