Irene Dunne. Irene Dunne DHS (born Irene Marie Dunn; [Note 1] December 20, 1898 – September 4, 1990) was an American actress, singer, and philanthropist who appeared in films during the Golden Age of Hollywood. She is best known for her comedic roles, though she performed in films of other genres.
Irene Dunne. Actress: The Awful Truth. Irene Marie Dunne was born on December 20, 1898, in Louisville, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Joseph Dunne, who inspected steamships, and Adelaide Henry, a musician who prompted Irene in the arts. Her first production was in Louisville when she appeared in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the age of five.
Irene Dunne, original name Irene Marie Dunn, (born Dec. 20, 1898, Louisville, Ky., U.S.—died Sept. 4, 1990, Los Angeles, Calif.), American motion-picture and stage actress and singer, known for her leading roles as a gracious and well-bred woman and also well known for her comedic roles.
The following features lists of the film and television performances of actress and singer Irene Dunne (1898–1990), who appeared in 42 movies between 1930 and 1952 and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress five times.
Irene Marie Dunne. Birth. 20 Dec 1898. Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA. Death. 4 Sep 1990 (aged 91) Holmby Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA. Burial. Calvary Cemetery.
Irene Dunne. Birth Name: Irene Marie Dunn. Birth Place: Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Profession Actor, singer.
Irene Marie Dunn: Occupation: actress,soundtrack: Age: 92 years old : Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius : Born: 20 December 1898: Birthday: 20 December: Birthplace: Louisville, Kentucky, USA: Date of death: 4 September, 1990: Died Place: Los Angeles, California, USA: Nationality: USA
Irene Dunne and Cary Grant in a publicity portrait for the 1937 Columbia Pictures release "The Awful Truth." Their famous pooch "Mr. Smith" is Asta,... Publicity photograph of Irene Dunne, an American film actress and singer, nominated for five Best Actress Academy Awards, 1944. .
Sep 5, 1990 · LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Irene Dunne, whose beauty, ladylike charm and versatility made her a top star in comedy, dramatic and musical films of the 1930s and 1940s, died at her home Tuesday. She was 88. The actress starred in such classic films as ″Showboat,″ ″Cimarron,″ and ″A Guy Named Joe.″
Jul 19, 2020 · The following interview with Ann-Marie Streibich, granddaughter of actress Irene Dunne, was conducted by phone on May 21, 2020, by film historian Matthew Hoffman. MH: Your appearance in 2014 was one of the more memorable evenings we’ve had at the Park Ridge Public Library Classic Film Series .