Minna Gombell Net Worth

Minna Gombell was born on May 28, 1892 in  Baltimore, Maryland, United States, is Actress. A doctor's daughter, the versatile actress Minna Gombell had a successful career on the stage from 1912 to the end of the 1920's, appearing often in comedic roles, almost always in leads. She had a reputation as a fast learner, capable of reading and comprehending a script in a matter of hours. This ability served her well as an understudy early in her career. She made her Broadway debut in 1913 in 'Madam President' and later appeared in several productions of her stage director husband Myron C. Fagan (for instance,'Nancy's Private Affair',1930).Minna began her film career in 1929. Although her specialty was street-wise, tough-talking blondes, she displayed quite a repertoire of varied characters during her movie career. She was best friend and steadying influence on Sally Eilers in Bad Girl (1931), a conflicted and unhappy mother in After Tomorrow (1932), the cold wife of The Thin Man (1934), a waspish wife in Babbitt (1934), brassy burlesque performers in Stepping Sisters (1932), a spunky wagon-line owner in Doomed Caravan (1941), and a tough nurse presiding over The Snake Pit (1948). She also had occasional leads, for instance as the gold-digger Stella in Bachelor's Affairs (1932), a comedy with Adolphe Menjou. An underrated actress, she enlivened many a film with her presence.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day May 28, 1892
Birth Place  Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Age 127 YEARS OLD
Died On April 14, 1973(1973-04-14) (aged 80)\nSanta Monica, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Gemini
Other names Nancy Gardner Winifred Lee
Occupation Actress
Years active 1912–1961
Spouse(s) Howard Chesham Rumsey (1916 - 1921, divorce) Joseph W. Sefton Jr. (1933 - 1954, divorce) Myron Coureval Fagan??? (?-1972) (his death)
Parent(s) William Gombel and Emma M. Debring Gombel

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Biography/Timeline

1880

She was born Minna Marie Gombel in Baltimore, Maryland, the daughter of william Gombel and Emma M. Debring Gombel. Her father was a medical Doctor who came to the United States from Germany in 1880. Her mother was from Baltimore and was of German descent.

1912

She had a very successful stage career from 1912 as Winifred Lee before being signed by the Fox Film Corporation in the late 1920s. Her first film was Doctors' Wives (1931) in which she played under the name Nancy Gardner, a name given to her by Fox. After this, she spent a time coaching several young actresses before returning to film under her real name.

1916

Gombell married Howard Chesham Rumsey on March 9, 1916, in New York City. They divorced in 1921. In 1933, Gombell married Joseph W. Sefton Jr., described as "a millionaire banker." They were divorced in 1954. Gombell's third husband was the film Writer, Producer, and Director Myron Coureval Fagan. (In the book Accustomed to Her Face: Thirty-Five Character Actresses of Golden Age Hollywood, Axel Nissen disputes the idea of Gombell's being married to Fagan because "Fagan already had a wife (and a son) at home in Pelham Manor, New York. He and Florence M. Fagan were married for nearly 50 years, until her death in 1966.")

1928

Gombell was active in stock theater, starring with troupes in Albany, Atlanta, Cleveland, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. Her Broadway credits include Indiscretion (1928), The Great Power (1928), Ballyhoo (1926), Alloy (1924), Mr. Pitt (1923), Listening in (1922), On the Hiring Line (1919), The Indestructible Wife (1917), Six Months' Option (1917), and My Lady's Garter (1915).

1973

On April 14, 1973, Gombell died in Los Angeles. She was buried in Loudon Park Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland.