Wednesday 21 August 2013

Janet Shaw

Born: 23 January 1919, Beatrice, Nebraska, USA
Died: 15 October 2001, Beatrice, Nebraska, USA

Signed a seven year contract with Warner Bros. and rose from an extra to more featured roles. Also acted under the name Ellen Clancy in her early credited roles.

It's Love I'm After (1937) as Autograph seeker (uncredited)

Janet Shaw is in the centre of the picture with dark hair and a dark hat. Herbert Ashley is the doorman at the stage door.

Gambling Daughters (1941) as Katherine Thompson

Dark Alibi (1946) as Miss Petrie

1 comment:

  1. I saw her just once in a single short scene opposite Robert Young. The film was "They Wont Believe Me". I was surprised I hadn't seen her before. She looked fine and in about one minute on screen, presented her character as a real person of interest. Thanks for sharing other info with us about her.