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Ava Arden, who appeared in dozens of films as her protagonist’s sarcastic and witty best friend, warm-hearted but cruel teacher or school secretary, died yesterday at her home in Beverly Hills, California.
Her actress said she was born on April 30, 1912, but her family spokesman Ron Liesel said she was 83. Liesel said her cause of death was I said it was a heart attack.
He made a Broadway appearance in 1934 in the Ziegfeld Follies.
Arden was primarily an actress in eve arden Hollywood, but she regularly appeared in plays and performances in New York. In her radio and television series Miss Her Brooks, which ran from 1948 to her 1957, she was known as an ironic English teacher.
She is a tall and slender woman.
Known for his excellent comical timing and ability to use throwaway dialogue, Brooks appeared in over 100 films, including Stage Door and her The Marx Brothers at Mark’s Circus. No, no, Nanette, Bedtime Stories, Door Girl, Anatomy of Murder, Darkness at Work. In 1945, she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Mildred Pierce.
Eva Arden, aka Eunice Mary Kiddens, was born in Mill Valley, California (a suburb of San Francisco), and she took an interest in fairs from an early age. She joined when she was 16 years old when she hit the stage. After appearing in two films under his real name, Unnis Quiddens, he found a platform that offered him small roles, one of which, in his mid-thirties, was the Ziegfeld comedy on his Follies stage. recognized as his sketch.
During this time she changed her name to Eve Arden and when she saw her makeup she saw the names “A Night in Paris” and “Elizabeth Arden” and she accepted it. In 1937, he gained recognition for a small role in O, Doctor (1937), which soon expanded into the role of his fast-talking friend.
Eva Arden’s sensitivity and her intelligence never gave her a central role.
She would be a busy actress in dozens of films over the next few decades: Pauline was a peerless acrobat alongside Grosso in her Marx, and Russian in the comedy Duff Her Girls (1944). was a sniper. … She was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as Ida in Mildred Pierce (1945). Known for his quick reactions, he led a radio career in the 1940s. In 1948, “Miss Brooks” premiered on CBS and she did a good job of portraying her character.As his film career began to wane, CBS televised his popular radio show in 1952. Did. The series Or Miss Brooks (1952) continued until his 1956 when the film Or Miss Brooks (1956) was released.
After the program ended, Arden tried another television his series, The Eve Arden Show (1957), but it was soon canceled. He made many guest appearances before returning in 2006. The show, starring Kay Ballard, ran for two seasons. After that, he went on to produce unsold pilots, several TV movies and guest his spots. I came to you
Eva Arden, former Eunice Kiddens (born April 30, 1912 in The Mill, California, United States – died November 12, 1990, in Beverly Hills, California), American actress or radio Miss Brooks titled her character (1948–56). and on television (1952–56).
Arden began her acting career at her Henry Duffy Co. in San Francisco. His film career began in 1937 with ‘O Doctor’, the same year he landed the role of ‘The Door’. In total, he acted in over 100 films. He is known for his sense of humor and is often seen as a sarcastic and witty friend of the protagonist. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the soap opera Her Mildred Pierce (1945).