|Who is it?||soundtrack, actress|
|Birth Day||August 25, 1909|
|Ruby Keeler age||111 YEARS OLD|
|Birth Name||Ethel Hilda Keeler|
|Height||5' 2" (1.57 m)|
|Mother Carey's Chickens (1938)||$40,000|
Ruby Keeler started as a dancer on Broadway. After her marriage to Al Jolson she moved to Hollywood and become a star in Warners musicals opposite Dick Powell. After her divorce from Jolson she retired for almost 30 years, until she appeared in "No No Nanette" on Broadway in 1971 under the direction of Busby Berkeley.