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Charlotte Henry

Birthday: March 3, 1914 (66 years) Died: April 11, 1980 (43 years Ago in La Jolla)

HomeTown: New York City, New York, United States

As early as the age of five, Charlotte began performing on stage. She made her debut on Broadway in the play “Courage” (1928) when she was just thirteen years old, and two years later, she performed the same part in the film adaptation of the play. Charlotte was selected from a pool of 7,000 hopefuls all around the globe by Paramount to play the titular part in the 1933 film Alice in Wonderland. The studio sought to find an actress who was relatively unknown (she was 57th to audition). Despite the fact that the supporting cast included such notable actors as W.C. Fields, Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and Edna May Oliver, the movie was a financial failure. After that, Charlotte played the character of Bo-Peep with Laurel and Hardy in the 1934 film March of the Wooden Soldiers; nevertheless, she had difficulty securing meatier roles in subsequent films. She had one more go-around in the movies, playing the role of the obligatory female lead in Monogram’s Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941), which starred the East Side Kids as her onscreen adversaries. After that, it seems that she became disheartened and went back to playing in stock theatre productions. Charlotte ultimately moved to southern California, where she worked for a significant amount of time as the executive secretary to the Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Diego. After leaving Los Angeles, Charlotte worked in southern California. Charlotte Henry was born on March 3, 1914 in New York City, United States. Charlotte Henry died on April 11, 1980 at the age of 66 years in La Jolla. Check below for more deets about Charlotte Henry. This page will put a light upon the Charlotte Henry bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Charlotte Henry Profile Information
Stage Name Charlotte Henry
Real Name Charlotte Henry
Profession(s) Actress, Musician,
Birthday March 3, 1914
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Death Died on April 11, 1980 (43 years ago) (Age: 66 years) in La Jolla
Gender Female
Birthplace New York City, United States
Hometown New York City, New York, United States
Nationality American

Charlotte Henry Family

Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Charlotte Henry Trivia

  • Charlotte Henry was born in New York City, United States.
  • Charlotte Henry’s birth sign is Pisces.
  • As early as the age of five, Charlotte began performing on stage. She made her debut on Broadway in the play “Courage” (1928) when she was just thirteen years old, and two years later, she performed the same part in the film adaptation of the play. Charlotte was selected from a pool of 7,000 hopefuls all around the globe by Paramount to play the titular part in the 1933 film Alice in Wonderland. The studio sought to find an actress who was relatively unknown (she was 57th to audition). Despite the fact that the supporting cast included such notable actors as W.C. Fields, Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and Edna May Oliver, the movie was a financial failure. After that, Charlotte played the character of Bo-Peep with Laurel and Hardy in the 1934 film March of the Wooden Soldiers; nevertheless, she had difficulty securing meatier roles in subsequent films. She had one more go-around in the movies, playing the role of the obligatory female lead in Monogram’s Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941), which starred the East Side Kids as her onscreen adversaries. After that, it seems that she became disheartened and went back to playing in stock theatre productions. Charlotte ultimately moved to southern California, where she worked for a significant amount of time as the executive secretary to the Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Diego. After leaving Los Angeles, Charlotte worked in southern California.

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