This Biography is about one of the best Actress Ann Harding including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Ann Harding|
|Real Name||Ann Harding|
|Profession||Theater Personalities, Actresses|
|Nick Name||Dorothy Walton Gatley|
|Personal life of Ann Harding|
|Born on||07 August 1902|
|Died At Age||79|
|Born in||San Antonio, Texas, U.S.|
|Died on||01 September 1981|
|Place of death||Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Family Background of Ann Harding|
|Father||General George G. Gatley|
|Mother||Elizabeth Bessie Crabb|
|Spouses/Partners||Werner Janssen, Harry Bannister|
|Children||Jane, Grace Kaye|
|Personal Fact of Ann Harding|
Ann Harding was an American stage and film star. She was very popular during the 1920s and the 1930s for her portrayal of sophisticated and aristocratic women in various plays and films. She was a petite woman with long blond hair which she kept tied like a bun at the nape of her neck. After moving to Hollywood from Broadway to act in films, she became a highly sought-after actress as there were very few beautiful actresses in Hollywood who could deliver a line perfectly in front of the camera.
Though she received one Oscar nomination for the Best Actress category in 1930 for her starring role in the play Holiday, she did not win it. Due to an army background, she had to move around with her parents between various Army posts in the country from Illinois, Kentucky, Havana in Cuba, to New Jersey.
During this time she attended 13 different schools before she was 13. By the time her family had finally settled in New Jersey her college going days were almost over and she had to look for jobs to support her family. When she joined the stage as a professional actress her family and especially her father disapproved of her action but she stuck to her plan of taking up acting as her career.