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Natalie Moorhead Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jul 27, 1901
  • Died: Oct 6, 1992

Statuesque, platinum-blonde American actress Natalie Moorhead entered films in 1929; by the end of the next year, she had nearly a dozen movies to her credit. Moorhead was most effectively cast in vampish roles, notably her turn as one of the suspects in [[Feature~V49456~The Thin Man~thethinman]] (1934). She also proved an excellent foil for such slight-statured comedians as [[Performer~P75771~Wheeler~bertwheeler]] and [[Performer~P77502~Woolsey~robertwoolsey]] ([[Feature~V23074~Hook, Line and Sinker~hooklineandsinker]], 1930) and [[Performer~P96995~Buster Keaton~busterkeaton]] ([[Feature~V37312~Parlor Bedroom and Bath~parlorbedroomandbath]], 1931). Natalie Moorhead went on to play lady-outlaw Belle Starr in [[Feature~V94561~Heart of Arizona~heartofarizona]] (1938), then continued appearing in supporting roles and bits until the mid-'40s. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi