Late actress most widely known for the movies she made out of her sibling, James Cagney, such as for example 1972’s ‘Yankee Doodle Dandy.’ She was also a noted stage celebrity famous for tasks like this of Maggie in ‘The Iceman Cometh.’ She was created in NEW YORK and began operating like a model within the 30’s. She was also a commentator for the fashion-themed video game show “Queen to get a Day time” from 1956 to 1963. She was wedded to Ross Latimer from 1944 to 1952 and Jack port Sherman Morrison from 1953 to 1973. Her efficiency in 1950’s “Quicksand,” opposing Mickey Rooney, can be widely considered among her best.
|1||Was a model during the late 1930's, before beginning her acting career on stage at the Pasadena Playhouse. Her best film performance is considered to be in Quicksand (1950), as a femme fatale opposite Mickey Rooney.|
|2||Had two daughters: Mary Anne Roberts of Athens, Ohio, and Theresa Cagney Morrison of Newport Beach.|
|3||Appeared with brother Jimmy in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942), The Time of Your Life (1948), A Lion Is in the Streets (1953) and Man of a Thousand Faces (1957).|
|4||Sister of actor-producer William Cagney.|
|5||Sister of James Cagney.|
|Town Tamer||1965||Mary Donley|
|Man of a Thousand Faces||1957||Carrie Chaney|
|The Red Skelton Hour||1956||TV Series||Clara Appleby|
|Kentucky Rifle||1955||Cordie Hay|
|TV Reader's Digest||1955||TV Series||Martha Wilkerson|
|Mr. & Mrs. North||1953-1954||TV Series||Lucille / Myra Rennie|
|A Lion Is in the Streets||1953||Jennie Brown|
|Lux Video Theatre||1953||TV Series||Intermission Guest|
|Family Theatre||1951-1953||TV Series||Mary Magdalen|
|Life with Luigi||1952||TV Series|
|Don't Bother to Knock||1952||Rochelle|
|The Unexpected||1952||TV Series|
|Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok||1952||TV Series||Doris|
|The Bigelow Theatre||1951||TV Series||The Girl|
|Your Show Time||1949||TV Series|
|The Time of Your Life||1948||Kitty Duval (stage name of Katerina Koronovsky)|
|Yankee Doodle Dandy||1942||Josie Cohan|
|Rhythm on the River||1940||Country cousin (as Jean Cagney)|
|Golden Gloves||1940||Mary Parker (as Jean Cagney)|
|Queen of the Mob||1940||Ethel Webster (as Jean Cagney)|
|All Women Have Secrets||1939||Kay Parker Gregory (as Jean Cagney)|
|The Time of Your Life||1948||performer: "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 - uncredited|
|Yankee Doodle Dandy||1942||performer: "I Was Born in Virginia" 1906 - uncredited|
|Here's Hollywood||1962||TV Series||Herself|
|Queen for a Day||1956||TV Series||Herself - Fashion Commentator|
|The Jack Benny Program||1953||TV Series||Herself|
|Stump the Stars||1950||TV Series||Herself|
|The Titled Tenderfoot||1955||Doris Corbett|
|The Voice That Thrilled the World||1943||Short||Herself (segment "Yankee Doodle Dandy") (uncredited)|
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