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San Antonio, Texas USA

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Place of Death
New York City, New York USA

Cause of Death
Heart Attack


Christian Science

Claim to Fame
Our Dancing Daughters (1928), WAMPAS Baby Star of 1926




Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack, Producer

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High School
Chadwick School

Full Name at Birth
Lucille Fay LeSueur

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Brand Endorsement
Lux soap (magazine advertisement) [1930], Lustre-Creme Shampoo (Magazine Advertisement) [1952]

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William Haines, Myrna Loy (Joan's friend since 1925), Eve Arden (Joan's best friend), Barbara Stanwyck, Paulette Goddard, Rosalind Russell, Dorothy Sebastian, Constance Bennett, Ann Blyth, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Steven Spielberg, Helen Hayes, Margaret Sullavan, Marilyn Monroe, Marie Prevost, Lew Wasserman, May Robson, Lewis Offield, Zachary Scott, Elaine Scott, Hattie McDaniel, Jerry Asher

Biography (Print)
Mommie Dearerst [1978] (Christina Crawford)

Biographical Movie
Mommie Dearest [1981]

Portrayed In
The Scarlett O'Hara War [1980], "Saia Justa" [2002]

Brand Endorsement
(1951) Print ad: Camel cigarettes, (1940s) Print ads: Royal Crown Cola with the slogan "R.C. Tastes Best!"


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Joan Crawford (born Lucille Fay LeSueur; March 23, c. 1904 – May 10, 1977) was an American film and television actress who began her career as a dancer and stage showgirl. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Crawford tenth on their list of the greatest female stars of Classic Hollywood Cinema.

Middle Name

Stephens College (withdrew)

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Coca-Cola, Max Factor Cosmetics, RCA Victor Records, Maybelline, Schwinn Bicycles, Mengel Furniture, Peter Pan bras, Stereo Realist Cameras, Miss Clairol hair color, Teitelbaum furs, TWA airlines, Blackglama mink, Eve of Roma Cream, Kaiser foil, SoundScriber Dictation Machines, American Cancer Society, Illinois Watch Co., Kellogg's All Bran, Sessions Clocks, Sears Roebuck Catalog

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Thick eyebrows, Eyes, The Smear, in which makeup artist invented when he applied red lipstick on Joan. The result was larger lips by adding color to the top and bottom lips.


Thomas LeSueur

Anna Bell Johnson

Hal LeSueur

Daisy LeSueur

Family Member
Christina Crawford (adopted daughter) b. 1939, Christopher Crawford (adopted son) b. 1943 d. 2006, Cynthia Crawford (adopted daughter) b. 1947 d. 2007, Cathy Crawford (adopted daughter) b. 1947

Bette Davis

Baby (dachshund), Lady (white toy poodle), Masterpiece IV (black toy poodle), Scottie (Scottish Terrier)

Favorite Movies
Mildred Pierce

Favorite TV Shows
The Waltons

Favorite Bands
Al Jolson, Glenn Miller

Favorite Books
My Way of Life

Favorite Places
New York

Favorite Foods
Almond soup, Roasted Squab, Wild rice, Peas

Favorite Colors
Blue, Red, White

Favorite Accessories
Shoulder pads

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Associated People
Louis B. Mayer

Favorite Songs
Moonlight Serenade

Favorite Accessories
High Heels

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Favorite Places
Los Angeles, Paris

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Wiki Bio Text
Joan Crawford (March 23, 1904 – May 10, 1977), born Lucille Fay LeSueur, was an American dancer and stage chorine, who later became a noted, Oscar-winning film and television actress. Starting as a dancer in traveling theatrical companies before debuting as a chorine (a chorus girl) on Broadway, Crawford signed a motion picture contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1925. Initially frustrated by the size and quality of her parts, Crawford began a campaign of self-publicity and became nationally known as a flapper by the end of the 1920s. In the 1930s, Crawford's fame rivaled, and later outlasted, MGM colleagues Norma Shearer and Greta Garbo. Crawford often played hardworking young women who find romance and success. These "rags-to-riches" stories were well received by Depression-era audiences and were popular with women. Crawford became one of Hollywood's most prominent movie stars and one of the highest paid women in the United States, but her films began losing money and by the end of the 1930s she was labeled "Box Office Poison". But her career gradually improved in the early 1940s, and she made a major comeback in 1945 by starring in Mildred Pierce, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. In 1955, she became involved with the Pepsi-Cola Company through her marriage to company Chairman Alfred Steele. After his death in 1959, Crawford was elected to fill his vacancy on the board of directors but was forcibly retired in 1973. She continued acting in film and television regularly through the 1960s, when her performances became fewer; after the release of the British horror film Trog in 1970, Crawford retired from the screen. Following a public appearance in 1974, after which unflattering photographs were published, Crawford withdrew from public life and became increasingly reclusive until her death in 1977. Crawford married four times. Her first three marriages ended in divorce; the last ended with the death of husband Alfred Steele. She adopted five children, one of whom was reclaimed by his birth mother. Crawford's relationships with her two older children, Christina and Christopher, were acrimonious. Crawford disinherited the two and, after Crawford's death, Christina wrote a "tell-all" memoir, Mommie Dearest, in which she alleged a lifelong pattern of physical and emotional abuse perpetrated by Crawford. Joan Crawford was voted the tenth greatest female star in the history of American cinema by the American Film Institute. Crawford was born Lucille Fay LeSueur in San Antonio, Texas, the third child of Thomas E. LeSueur (January 21, 1868 – January 1, 1938), a laundry laborer of English and French Huguenot ancestry and Anna Bell Johnson (November 29, 1884 ?? – August 15, 1958), Texas-born, of Swedish and Irish descent. Her elder siblings were Daisy (ƒ 1902), who died before Lucille's birth, and Hal. Thomas LeSueur abandoned the family a few months before Crawford's birth but reappeared in Abilene, Texas in 1930 as a 62-year-old construction laborer on the George R. Davis House, built in Prairie School architecture.[2] Crawford's mother subsequently married Henry J. Cassin (born c. 1867 – died October 25, 1922; this marriage is listed in census records as Crawford's mother's first marriage, calling into question whether Thomas LeSueur and Anna Bell Johnson were ever legally wed.) The family lived in Lawton, Oklahoma, where Cassin, a minor impresario, ran the Ramsey Opera House. Despite his own relatively minor status as an impresario, Cassin had managed to get such diverse and noted performers as Anna Pavlova and Eva Tanguay during his career. Young Lucille was reportedly unaware that Cassin, whom she called "Daddy", was not her biological father until her brother Hal told her. Lucille preferred the nickname "Billie" as a child and she loved watching vaudeville acts perform on the stage of her stepfather's theatre. The instability of her family life affected her education and her schooling never formally progressed beyond elementary school. Her ambition was to be a dancer. However, one day, in an attempt to escape piano lessons to play with friends, she leaped from the front porch of her home and cut her foot deeply on a broken milk bottle. She had three operations and was unable to attend elementary school for 18 months. She eventually fully recovered and returned to dancing. Cassin was accused of embezzlement and although acquitted in court, was blacklisted in Lawton, and the family moved to Kansas City, Missouri around 1916. Cassin was first listed in the City Directory in 1917, living at 403 East Ninth Street. A Catholic, Cassin placed Crawford at St. Agnes Academy in Kansas City. Later, after her mother and stepfather broke up, she stayed on at St. Agnes as a work student. She then went to Rockingham Academy, also as a work student. She later claimed the headmaster' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Crawford

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Joan Crawford<\/topic> was previously married to Alfred Steele<\/topic> (1956 - 1959)<\/span>, Phillip Terry<\/topic> (1942 - 1946)<\/span>, Franchot Tone<\/topic> (1935 - 1939)<\/span>, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.<\/topic> (1929 - 1933)<\/span> and James Welton<\/topic> (1924)<\/span>.<\/p>

Joan Crawford<\/topic> was in relationships with James Kimberly<\/topic> (1953)<\/span>, Jennings Lang<\/topic> (1953 - 1954)<\/span>, Nicholas Ray<\/topic> (1952 - 1953)<\/span>, Manny Sachs<\/topic> (1952)<\/span>, David Miller<\/topic> (1952 - 1953)<\/span>, Russell Nype<\/topic> (1951)<\/span>, John Ireland<\/topic> (1951)<\/span>, Vincent Sherman<\/topic> (1950 - 1951)<\/span>, David Brian<\/topic> (1950)<\/span>, Steve Cochran<\/topic> (1950)<\/span>, Peter Shaw<\/topic> (1947)<\/span>, Don 'Red' Barry<\/topic> (1946)<\/span>, Claudette Colbert<\/topic> (1945)<\/span>, Glenn Ford<\/topic> (1941 - 1942)<\/span>, Rudy Vallee<\/topic> (1940)<\/span>, Charles Martin<\/topic> (1940)<\/span>, Joseph L. Mankiewicz<\/topic> (1940)<\/span>, Edward Norris<\/topic> (1940)<\/span>, Greg Bautzer<\/topic> (1940 - 1950)<\/span>, John Garfield<\/topic> (1940)<\/span>, Jackie Cooper<\/topic> (1939)<\/span>, Cesar Romero<\/topic> (1939)<\/span>, Kerry Johnson<\/topic> (1938 - 1940)<\/span>, Spencer Tracy<\/topic> (1938)<\/span>, Dorothy Arzner<\/topic> (1937)<\/span>, Frank Borzage<\/topic> (1937)<\/span>, James Stewart<\/topic> (1936)<\/span>, Barbara Stanwyck<\/topic> (1936 - 1937)<\/span>, Francis Lederer<\/topic> (1934)<\/span>, Walter Winchell<\/topic> (1933)<\/span>, Ricardo Cortez<\/topic> (1930)<\/span>, Clark Gable<\/topic> (1930 - 1936)<\/span>, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson<\/topic> (1928 - 1931)<\/span>, Johnny Mack Brown<\/topic> (1928)<\/span>, John Gilbert<\/topic> (1927)<\/span>, Howard Hawks<\/topic> (1926)<\/span>, Paul Bern<\/topic> (1926 - 1927)<\/span>, Howard Hughes<\/topic> (1925)<\/span>, Michael Cudahy<\/topic> (1925 - 1926)<\/span>, Jack Oakie<\/topic> (1924 - 1926)<\/span>, Victor Fleming<\/topic>, Judy Garland<\/topic>, Charles Walters<\/topic>, A.C. Lyles<\/topic>, Humphrey Bogart<\/topic>, Brian Donlevy<\/topic>, Jean-Pierre Aumont<\/topic>, Missy Mills<\/topic>, John Whitney<\/topic>, Robert Mitchum<\/topic>, Dana Andrews<\/topic>, David O. Selznick<\/topic>, Robert Preston<\/topic>, George Nader<\/topic> and Tony Martin<\/topic>.<\/p>

Joan Crawford<\/topic> had encounters with Paul Newman<\/topic> (1967)<\/span>, Tony Curtis<\/topic> (1954)<\/span>, Jeff Chandler<\/topic> (1953)<\/span>, Porfirio Rubirosa<\/topic> (1953)<\/span>, Rock Hudson<\/topic> (1953)<\/span>, Eddie Fisher<\/topic> (1953)<\/span>, Yul Brynner<\/topic> (1952)<\/span>, Henry Fonda<\/topic> (1947)<\/span>, Frank Sinatra<\/topic> (1947)<\/span>, John Wayne<\/topic> (1942)<\/span>, Harry Rapf<\/topic> (1939)<\/span>, John F. Kennedy<\/topic> (1937)<\/span>, Cary Grant<\/topic> (1933)<\/span>, Kirk Douglas<\/topic> (1933 - 1934)<\/span>, Gary Cooper<\/topic> (1932 - 1933)<\/span>, Robert Montgomery<\/topic> (1929)<\/span>, Jackie Gleason<\/topic>, Lee Bowman<\/topic>, Alfred G. Vanderbilt<\/topic>, Tyrone Power<\/topic>, Robert Wagner<\/topic>, Johnny Weissmuller<\/topic>, Tallulah Bankhead<\/topic>, Farley Granger<\/topic>, Jack Carson<\/topic> and Robert Taylor<\/topic>.<\/p>

Joan Crawford<\/topic> is rumoured to have hooked up with Marilyn Monroe<\/topic> (1956)<\/span>, Martha Raye<\/topic>, Denise Parker<\/topic>, Artie Shaw<\/topic> and Louis B. Mayer<\/topic>.<\/p>","summary":"Joan Crawford<\/topic> was in 91 relationships with 5 marriages, 55 dating, 26 encounters and 5 rumored."},"lists":{"summary":"Joan Crawford<\/topic> is a member of the following lists: Women memoirists<\/list>, Death in New York City<\/list> and Actresses from San Antonio, Texas<\/list>."}}

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