This Biography is about one of the best Actress Miriam Hopkins including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Miriam Hopkins|
|Real Name||Miriam Hopkins|
|Profession||Actresses, Theater Personalities|
|Nick Name||Ellen Miriam Hopkins|
|Personal Life of Miriam Hopkins|
|Born on||18 October 1902|
|Died At Age||69|
|Born in||Savannah, Georgia, U.S.|
|Died on||09 October 1972|
|Place of death||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Family Background of Miriam Hopkins|
|Father||Homer A. Hopkins|
|Spouses/Partners||Brandon Peters (1926-27), Austin Parker (1928-31), Anatole Litvak (1937-39), Raymond B. Brock (1945-51)|
|Children||Michael T. Hopkins (1932-2010)|
|Personal Fact of Miriam Hopkins|
Miriam Hopkins was an American theatre, television and film actress who ranked among top screen divas of the 1930s and reigned the first half of the decade as one of the Queens of Paramount. She was also associated with other renowned production houses like Warner Brothers and Samuel Goldwyn Productions. An electrifying performer, Hopkins career spanned over four decades that included thirty-six full-length films and working with some of the stalwart directors of Hollywood like William Wyler, Ernst Lubitsch and Rouben Mamoulian. She played the title role in the landmark film Becky Sharp, the first film to apply newly developed three-strip Technicolor production that paved way for a number of color films that followed in the US and Britain.
Her memorable performance in the film fetched her Academy Award nomination for best actress. Her versatile acting prowess was manifested by the number of remarkable at the same time varied performances that she executed in films. Some of her significant roles were that of a prostitute Ivy Pearson in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a beautiful and jealous pickpocket Lily in Trouble in Paradise, Gilda Farrell in the Pre-Code comedy Design for Living among others. She also made several stage appearances and later performed varied roles in television dramas.
However her off-screen reputation of being difficult and especially her much publicized arch rivalry with another yesteryear diva Bette Davis had an unfavourable effect on her professional legacy. It would not be much to say that she remained one of the most unsung and underrated screen divas of the film industry.