Her most widely-recognized part was as Nancy Blake in the 1939 film THE LADIES. She began performing in 1907 and made an appearance in her 1st strike film, Within regulations, in 1912. Her 1st and only publication, June Dusk, was released in 1918. Her dad was a vaudeville reserving executive called Philip F. Nash. She became popular after showing up in THE LADIES with Joan Crawford.