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American film, theater, and television actress

Marsha Hunt is ...

Alive
Born 17 Oct 1917 in Chicago
Age100 years, 9 months
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Marsha Hunt
Marsha Hunt
Photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt on the portico of the White House following a luncheon for celebrities taking part in the President's Birthday Ball fundraising activities to benefit the fight against infantile paralysis.Standing left to right: Frederick Jagel, Marsha Hunt, Robert Taylor, Maria Gamberelli, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jean Harlow, Mitzi Green, George Allen.Complete caption reads as follows:MOVIE FOLK LUNCHEON GUESTS AT WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. THE MOVIE STARS THAT ARE IN WASHINGTON TO HELP CELEBRATE THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY PARTY WERE LUNCHEON GUESTS OF MRS. ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. THEY MET THE PRESIDENT AND ALL WISHED HIM A HAPPY BIRTHDAY. L TO R: FREDERICK JAGEL, METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR; MISS MARSHA HUNT; ROBERT TAYLOR; MISS MARIA GAMBERELLI, DANCER; MRS. F.D. ROOSEVELT; MISS JEAN HARLOW; MISS MITZI GREEN; AND COMMISSIONER GEORGE ALLEN ON THE PORTICO OF THE WHITE HOUSE

About Marsha Hunt

Marsha Hunt (born Marcia Virginia Hunt; October 17, 1917) is a retired American actress, model, and activist. She was blacklisted by Hollywood film studio executives in the 1950s during the McCarthyism. During her career spanning 73 years, she appeared in many notable films including: Born to the West (1937), Pride and Prejudice (1940), Kid Glove Killer (1942), Cry 'Havoc' (1943), Raw Deal (1948), The Happy Time (1952), and Johnny Got His Gun (1971). In her later years, Hunt became more active in progressive causes, such as supporting same-sex marriage, ending global poverty, raising awareness of climate change, and promoting peace in Third World countries.

She is also known as Marcia Virginia Hunt.

Films

Marsha Hunt has worked on the following films:

Johnny Got His Gun
1971 anti-war drama movie
1971
The Human Comedy
1943 film by Clarence Brown
1943
Thousands Cheer
1943 film by George Sidney
1943
Actor's and Sin
1952 film by Ben Hecht, Lee Garmes
1952
Bombers B-52
1957 American drama film
1957
Joe Smith, American
1942 film by Richard Thorpe
1942
None Shall Escape
1944 film by André de Toth
1944
Pilot #5
1943 film by George Sidney
1943
The Valley of Decision
1945 film by Tay Garnett
1945
Cry "Havoc"
1943 film by Richard Thorpe
1943
The Happy Time
1952 film by Richard Fleischer
1952
Cheers for Miss Bishop
1941 film by Tay Garnett
1941
Carnegie Hall
1947 film by Edgar George Ulmer
1947
Smash-Up, the Story of a Woman
1947 film by Stuart Heisler
1947
Raw Deal
1948 film by Anthony Mann
1948
Music for Millions
1944 film by Henry Koster
1944
Legend of the Lost
1957 film by Henry Hathaway
1957
Seven Sweethearts
1942 film by Frank Borzage
1942
Kid Glove Killer
1942 film by Fred Zinnemann
1942
The Affairs of Martha
1942 film by Jules Dassin
1942
Born to the West
1937 film by Charles Barton
1937
Bride by Mistake
1944 film by Richard Wallace
1944
Lost Angel
1943 film by Roy Rowland
1943
Panama Hattie
1942 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1942
The Trial of Mary Dugan
1941 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1941
Hollywood Boulevard
1936 film by Robert Florey
1936
A Letter for Evie
1946 film by Jules Dassin
1946
Take One False Step
1950 film by Chester Erskine
1950
The Plunderers
1960 film by Joseph Pevney
1960
These Glamour Girls
1939 film by S. Sylvan Simon
1939
Star Reporter
1939 film by Howard Bretherton
1939
The Accusing Finger
1936 film by James P. Hogan
1936
The Inside Story
1948 film by Allan Dwan
1948
Unholy Partners
1941 film by Mervyn LeRoy
1941
Winter Carnival
1939 film by Charles Reisner
1939
Desert Gold
1936 film by James P. Hogan
1936
Thunder Trail
1937 American Western film
1937
A Word to the Wives
1955
Easy to Take
1936 film by Glenn Tryon
1936
Mary Ryan, Detective
1949
Diplomatic Passport
1954