Vivian Wilson (1909–1980)

Actress



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  • Dolores del Rio, Ricardo Cortez, Loretta Andrews, Margaret Carthew, Virginia Dabney, Marlo Dwyer, Ruth Eddings, Bess Flowers, Eddie Foy Jr., Muriel Gordon, Peggy Graves, Amo Ingraham, Marie Marks, Lorraine Marshall, Dave O'Brien, Dennis O'Keefe, Donna Mae Roberts, Rosalie Roy, Victoria Vinton, Renee Whitney, Miriam Marlin, Mildred Dixon, Marietta Myers, Vivian Wilson, Elizabeth Cooke, and Elizabeth Cook in Wonder Bar (1934)
  • Dolores del Rio, Ricardo Cortez, Loretta Andrews, Margaret Carthew, Virginia Dabney, Marlo Dwyer, Ruth Eddings, Bess Flowers, Eddie Foy Jr., Muriel Gordon, Peggy Graves, Amo Ingraham, Al Jolson, Marie Marks, Lorraine Marshall, Dave O'Brien, Dennis O'Keefe, Dick Powell, Donna Mae Roberts, Rosalie Roy, Victoria Vinton, Renee Whitney, Miriam Marlin, Mildred Dixon, Marietta Myers, Vivian Wilson, Elizabeth Cooke, and Elizabeth Cook in Wonder Bar (1934)
  • Loretta Andrews, Eleanor Bayley, De Don Blunier, Diane Bourget, Margaret Carthew, Dolores Casey, Mary Cassidy, Beatrice Coleman, Diane Cook, Virginia Dabney, Diane Douglas, Maxine Doyle, Ruth Eddings, Gloria Faythe, June Glory, Muriel Gordon, Virginia Grey, Patricia Harper, Donna La Barr, Adele Lacy, Mary Lange, Ethelreda Leopold, Lois Lindsay, Nancy Lyon, Mae Madison, Marie Marks, Betty McIvor, Martha Merrill, Ruth Moody, Jean Rogers, Louise Seidel, Bee Stevens, Victoria Vinton, Mildred Dixon, Pluma Noisom, Mary Egan, Vivian Wilson, Marguerite Caverley, Branche Macdonald, Sue Rainey, Gladys Cummings, Cecilia Fisher, Avis St John, Mary Casiday, Shirley Denise, and Azelie Cecil in Dames (1934)

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Star Sign

Aquarius

Personal Details

Born


Michigan, USA

Died

(age 71)
Oceanside, California, USA

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