Fort Wayne, Indiana
Claim to Fame
My Man Godfrey , To Be Or Not To Be
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Full Name at Birth
Jane Alice Peters
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Carole Lombard: the Hoosier tornado  (Wes D Gehring; Ray E Boomhower; Kathleen M Breen; Paula Corpuz), Carole Lombard: a bio-bibliography  (Robert T. Matzen), Carole Lombard  (Leonard Maltin), Gable and Lombard  (Warrren G. Harris), The Films of Carole Lombard  (Frederick W. Ott), Fast-talking dames  (Maria DiBattista), The power of glamour: the women who defined the magic of stardom  (Annette Tapert and Ellen Horan), Too young to die  (Patricia Fox-Sheinwold), The Paramount Pretties  (James Robert Parish)
Carole Lombard (October 6, 1908 – January 16, 1942), born Jane Alice Peters, was an American film actress. She was particularly noted for her energetic, often off-beat roles in the screwball comedies of the 1930s. She was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930s.
Place of Death
Potosi Mountain, Nevada
Cause of Death
Sense of humor
Frederick C. Peters
Lucille Ball, Jean Harlow, William Powell ( Her ex-husband ), Marlene Dietrich, Claudette Colbert, Vivien Leigh
David O. Selznick, David Niven
Profile Bio Text
Carole Lombard was born Jane Alice Peters in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on October 6, 1908. Her parents divorced in 1916 and her mother took the family on a trip out West. While there they decided to settle down in the Los Angeles area. After being spotted playing baseball in the street with the neighborhood boys by a film director, Carole was signed to a one-picture contract in 1921 when she was 12. The film in question was A Perfect Crime (1921). Although she tried for other acting jobs, she would not be seen onscreen again for four years. She returned to a normal life, going to school and participating in athletics, excelling in track and field. By age 15 she had had enough of school, though, and quit. She joined a theater troupe and played in several stage shows, which were for the most part nothing to write home about. In 1925 she passed a screen test and was signed to a contract with Fox Films. Her first role as a Fox player was Hearts and Spurs (1925), in which she had the lead. Right after that film she appeared in a western called Durand of the Bad Lands (1925). She rounded out 1925 in the comedy Marriage in Transit (1925) (she also appeared in a number of two-reel shorts). In 1926 Carole was seriously injured in an automobile accident that resulted in the left side of her face being scarred. Once she had recovered, Fox canceled her contract.
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Fairfax High School, Los Angeles, CA (1927)
Print ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes (1937)
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Carole Lombard died on 16th January, 1942. Her last relationship was with Clark Gable, they were married for 2 years.
During her life she was married to William Powell from 1931 to 1933.
She also dated John Barrymore in 1934, Russ Columbo from 1933 to 1934, Robert Riskin in 1933, Gary Cooper in 1931, George Raft in 1930, David Niven in 1930, David O. Selznick in 1930, James Stewart in 1929, John Gilbert, Cesar Romero, Joseph Kennedy Jr., Fredric March, Addison Randall, Gene Raymond, Harry Cooper, Joseph P. Kennedy, Anthony Quinn and Preston Sturges.
Carole Lombard was rumored to have hooked up with Howard Hughes in 1933.
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Posted by Gina Ventura 2 days ago
Just saw him on Stalked, then googled him through imdb. He did a great job.
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