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First Name
Priscilla

Last Name
Lane

Birthday
1915-06-12

Height
62.5

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Blonde

Birthplace
Indianola, Iowa, USA

Zodiac Sign
Gemini

Died
1995-04-04

Place of Death
Andover, Massachusetts, USA

Cause of Death
Lung cancer

Ethnicity
White

Religion
Roman Catholic

Claim to Fame
Four Daughters

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

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1

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack

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1

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0485509/bio

University
Eagin School of Dramatic Arts in New York

Full Name at Birth
Priscilla Mullican

Mother
Joseph Lawrence, Hannah, Judith, James

Sister
Leota Lane, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane

Age
79

Wikipedia Text

Priscilla Lane (born Priscilla Mullican, June 12, 1915 – April 4, 1995) was an American actress, and the youngest of the Lane Sisters of singers and actresses. She is best remembered for her roles in the films The Roaring Twenties (1939) co-starring with James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart; Saboteur (1942), an Alfred Hitchcock film in which she plays the heroine, and Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), in which she portrays Cary Grant's fiancée and bride.


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Year(s) Active
1937–1948

Maiden Name
Mullican

Bust (inches)
34

Waist (inches)
25

Hips (inches)
36

Cup Size
C

Weight
107

Clothes Size
4

Shoe Size
6

Wiki Bio Text
Priscilla Lane (1915–1995) Actress | Soundtrack Date of Birth 12 June 1915, Indianola, Iowa, USA Date of Death 4 April 1995, Andover, Massachusetts, USA (lung cancer) Birth Name Priscilla Mullican Nickname Pat Height 5' 2½" (1.59 m) Mini Bio (1) Priscilla Lane attended the Eagin School of Dramatic Arts in New York before she began touring with her sisters in the Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians Dance Band. She was a popular singer with her sisters and, after 5 years, she was signed to a Hollywood contract with Warner Brothers in 1937. Her first film was Varsity Show (1937) where she had the hard task of portraying a singer with the Fred Waring Band. Priscilla was to play the nice girl against the temperamental star played by her sister Rosemary Lane. Over the years, Priscilla would play an assortment of girlfriends, daughters and fiancees. She would team with her two sisters, Rosemary Lane and Lola Lane, to make a series of drama's beginning with the film Four Daughters (1938). That film would be the one that made John Garfield a star. In most of her films, all Priscilla had to do was to look attractive and give a good supporting performance. Priscilla would also co-star with Wayne Morris in three 1938 releases. In The Roaring Twenties (1939), she would play the girlfriend of James Cagney. In Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), which was release 3 years after it was filmed, she would play the fiancee of Cary Grant. When Alfred Hitchcock was unable to get Barbara Stanwyck, he cast Priscilla in Saboteur (1942) where she was on the run with the hero. By that time, her movie career was almost finished and she would appear in just a couple of films over the next five years before retiring in 1948. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Tony Fontana Spouse (2) Joseph A. Howard (22 May 1942 - 18 May 1976) (his death) (4 children) Oren Haglund (14 January 1939 - 1 May 1939) (annulled) Trivia (13) She had been dating assistant director and screenwriter Oren Haglund. They eloped to Yuma, Arizona on January 14, 1939, but Priscilla left him the following day. The marriage was soon annulled. Was considered for the role of Melanie Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939). Hosted The Priscilla Lane Show on a Boston television station in 1958. After turning down roles in Money and the Woman (1940) and My Love Came Back (1940), and asking for a raise, Priscilla was put on suspension by Jack L. Warner. Sister of stage actress Leota Lane [1904-1963] with whom she appeared in a 'Lux Radio Theatre' adaptation of Four Daughters (1938) in 1939. Following her retirement, she followed her Air Force husband around from the world from base to base, often singing at camp shows. They eventually settled in New England and had four children: Joseph Lawrence (1945), Hannah (1950), Judith (1953) and James (1955). After Bette Davis refused the lead role in Four Daughters (1938), an adaptation of Fannie Hurst's novel "Sister Act", Priscilla's sister, Lola Lane, suggested to Jack L. Warner that she and her three other sisters star in the tearjerker. Priscilla and Rosemary Lane were signed on, but the oldest sister Leota Lane, who was flown in from New York to test for the part, was deemed unsuitable by the studio. Actress Gale Page replaced her. The movie was a hit, made a star out of John Garfield, and spawned two sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941). Younger sister of Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane and Leota Lane. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetary (Section 60, Grave 1288, Grid EE-22) next to her husband, Col. Joe Howard, who was buried there with full military honors in 1976. Gave birth to her 4th child at age 40, a son James Howard, on December 4, 1955. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard. Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 38, a daughter Judith Howard, on August 22, 1953. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard. Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 34, a daughter Hannah Howard, on April 17, 1950. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard. Gave birth to her 1st child at age 30, a son Joseph Lawrence Howard, on December 31, 1945. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0485509/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm Priscilla Lane (born Priscilla Mullican, June 12, 1915 – April 4, 1995) was an American actress, and the youngest of the Lane Sisters of singers and actresses. She is best remembered for her roles in the films The Roaring Twenties (1939) co-starring with James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart; Saboteur (1942), an Alfred Hitchcock film in which she plays the heroine, and Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), in which she portrays Cary Grant's fiancée and bride. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priscilla_Lane Biography by Hal Erickson [-] American actress Priscilla Lane was trained for a musical career at Iowa's Simpson College. Shortly before graduation Priscilla and her sister Rosemary Lane toured as vocalists with the Fred Waring Band. In 1937, both Lane sisters were signed by Warner Bros. to appear in Varsity Show; they were cast as adversaries, with "nice" Priscilla impersonating "nasty" temperamental movie star Rosemary. A third Lane sister, Lola, joined her siblings and actress Gale Page to play the title characters in Warners' Four Daughters (1938), but it was Priscilla who was shown to best advantage by sharing the "fates are against me" scene with costar John Garfield. The actress had the good luck to work with some of Hollywood's top male stars during her Warners' tenure, including Cary Grant (Arsenic and Old Lace [1941]) and James Cagney (The Roaring Twenties [1939]). While on loanout to 20th Century-Fox, Lane was allowed to deliver a sharp comic performance opposite Jack Benny in The Meanest Man in the World (1943). Lane even worked with Hitchcock in Saboteur (1942), though truth to tell she was hardly the director's first choice (he wanted Barbara Stanwyck). Retiring from movies in favor of married life in 1948, Priscilla Lane made a brief professional reappearance in the late '50s as hostess of a daily movie telecast on Boston's WBZ-TV. http://www.allmovie.com/artist/priscilla-lane-p40378 Biography Priscilla Lane attended the Eagin School of Dramatic Arts in New York before she began touring with her sisters in the Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians Dance Band. She was a popular singer with her sisters and, after 5 years, she was signed to a Hollywood contract with Warner Brothers in 1937. Her first film was Varsity Show (1937) where she had the hard task of portraying a singer with the Fred Waring Band. Priscilla was to play the nice girl against the temperamental star played by her sister Rosemary Lane. Over the years, Priscilla would play an assortment of girlfriends, daughters and fiancees. She would team with her two sisters, Rosemary Lane and Lola Lane, to make a series of drama's beginning with the film Four Daughters (1938). That film would be the one that made John Garfield a star. In most of her films, all Priscilla had to do was to look attractive and give a good supporting performance. Priscilla would also co-star with Wayne Morris in three 1938 releases. In The Roaring Twenties (1939), she would play the girlfriend of James Cagney. In Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), which was release 3 years after it was filmed, she would play the fiancee of Cary Grant. When Alfred Hitchcock was unable to get Barbara Stanwyck, he cast Priscilla in Saboteur (1942) where she was on the run with the hero. By that time, her movie career was almost finished and she would appear in just a couple of films over the next five years before retiring in 1948. Following her retirement, she followed her Air Force husband around from the world from base to base, often singing at camp shows. They eventually settled in New England and had four children: Joseph Lawrence (1945), Hannah (1950), Judith (1953) and James (1955). Younger sister of Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane and Leota Lane. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetary (Section 60, Grave 1288, Grid EE-22) next to her husband, Col. Joe Howard, who was buried there with full military honors in 1976. https://www.themoviedb.org/person/2670-priscilla-lane

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Magazine cover photo The Family Circle (USA) 25 August 1944 Movie Stars Parade (USA) May 1942 Modern Screen (USA) January 1941 Motion Picture (USA) January 1940 Photoplay (USA) July 1939 Picturegoer (UK) 17 June 1939 Motion Picture (USA) July 1938 Actress (23 credits) 1948 Bodyguard Doris Brewster 1947 'Fun on a Week-End' Nancy Crane 1944 Arsenic and Old Lace Elaine Harper 1943 The Meanest Man in the World Janie Brown 1942 Silver Queen Coralie Adams 1942 Saboteur Pat 1941 Blues in the Night Character 1941 Million Dollar Baby Pamela McAllister 1941 Four Mothers Ann Lemp Deitz 1940 Three Cheers for the Irish Maureen Casey 1940 Brother Rat and a Baby Joyce Winfree 1939 Four Wives Ann Lemp Borden 1939 The Roaring Twenties Jean Sherman 1939 Dust Be My Destiny Mabel Alden 1939 Daughters Courageous Buff Masters 1939 Yes, My Darling Daughter Ellen Murray 1938 Swingtime in the Movies (Short) Priscilla Lane (uncredited) 1938 Brother Rat Joyce Winfree 1938 Four Daughters Ann Lemp 1938 Cowboy from Brooklyn Jane Hardy 1938 Men Are Such Fools Linda Lawrence 1938 Love, Honor and Behave Barbara Blake 1937 Varsity Show Betty Bradley Soundtrack (8 credits) Self (1 credit) Archive footage (5 credits)

Occupation Text
Actress (23 credits)Soundtrack (8 credits)

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