This Biography is about one of the best Actress Joan Crawford including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Joan Crawford|
|Real Name||Joan Crawford|
|Nick Name||Lucille Fay LeSueur|
|Personal Life of Joan Crawford|
|Born on||23 March 1905|
|Died At Age||72|
|Born in||San Antonio|
|Died on||10 May 1977|
|Place of death||New York City|
|Grouping of People||Bisexual|
|Family Background of Joan Crawford|
|Father||Thomas E. LeSueur|
|Mother||Anna Bell Johnson|
|Siblings||Daisy, Hal LeSueur, Thomas LeSueur|
|Spouses/Partners||Alfred Steele (m. 1955-1959), Phillip Terry (m. 1942-1946), Franchot Tone (m. 1935-1939), Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (m. 1929-1933)|
|Children||Christina Crawford, Cathy Crawford, Christopher Crawford, Cynthia Crawford|
|Education||St. Agnes Academy, Stephens College|
|Awards||Academy Award for Best Actress (1945)|
|Personal Fact of Joan Crawford|
Joan Crawford was an American film and television actress counted amongst the greatest female stars of Classic Hollywood Cinema. One of the topmost actresses of the 1930s, she is best remembered for her films Whatever Happened to Baby Jane and Mildred Pierce,for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. She was especially popular among the women as she often portrayed hard-working middle-class women onscreen which resonated with her female audience who were struggling in the Depression era.
One of the highest paid actresses of her generation, Crawford had risen to a successful life from humble beginnings. Raised in a dysfunctional family, her early life was quite chaotic. She could not even focus on her formal education owing to her family problems. Ambitious from a young age, she moved past her difficult childhood to her career as a dancer in travelling theatrical companies.
Beautiful talented, and confident, she soon made her way to the Broadway and Hollywood beckoned soon after. It did not take her long to establish herself as a much sought-after actress and she proceeded to act in more than five dozen films in a surprisingly long career that spanned over 45 years. Following her retirement, she became increasingly reclusive and died in 1977.