|Who is it?||Actress, Soundtrack|
|Birth Day||August 12, 1917|
|Birth Place||Buhl, Idaho, United States|
|Marjorie Reynolds age||103 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||February 1, 1997(1997-02-01) (aged 79)\nManhattan Beach, California, U.S.|
|Years active||1923–24 1933–78|
|Spouse(s)||Jack Reynolds (1936-1952; divorced); 1 child John Whitney (1953-1985; his death) or John M. Haffen (1953-1985)|
|Children||Linda Reynolds (b. 1946)|
Marjorie Reynolds, a renowned Actress and Soundtrack artist in the United States, is believed to have a net worth ranging from $100,000 to $1 million by the year 2023. With an illustrious career spanning several decades, Marjorie has made significant contributions to the entertainment industry through her talent and versatility. Known for her impressive acting skills and mesmerizing vocals, she has garnered a substantial fan base and achieved notable success in her professional endeavors. As a result, her estimated net worth reflects her achievements and solidifies her position as a respected figure in the world of entertainment.
Reynolds has a star in the Television section of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 1525 Vine Street.
Beginning at age 6, Reynolds was a featured child Actress in such silent films as Scaramouche (1923). Her first speaking role was in Murder in Greenwich Village (1937). She appeared in bit parts in numerous films including Gone with the Wind (1939).
Reynolds played the loyal girlfriend opposite wrongly accused Richard Cromwell in Enemy Agent (1940). That same year, in The Fatal Hour, Reynolds appeared for Monogram Pictures as a reporter on the trail of Boris Karloff's detective James Lee Wong, and opposite Grant Withers as a cop.
She is prominently featured as a character in three mystery novels by John Dandola: Dead By All Appearances, which takes place during the initial theatrical release of Holiday Inn (1942); Dead in Small Doses, which is set just prior to the release of Dixie (1943); and Dead by Happenstance, which takes place before she begins filming Up in Mabel's Room (1944).
She also had major roles in Fritz Lang's Ministry of Fear (1944) and in the movie Up in Mabel's Room (1944).
Reynolds starred with Abbott and Costello in the supernatural comedy The Time of Their Lives (1946). Her career progression was hindered by the premature death of her mentor, Mark Sandrich. She was cast in a supporting role in Mario Lanza's film debut, That Midnight Kiss (1949 film).
She later appeared in the NBC version of the television series The Life of Riley (1953–1958) and appeared on 3 episodes of the television series Leave it to Beaver (1960–1963).
On February 1, 1997, having suffered from congestive heart disease, she collapsed and died in Manhattan Beach, California, while walking her dog. She was 79 years old. She was survived by one daughter.