This Biography is about one of the best Actress Margaret Sullavan including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Margaret Sullavan|
|Real Name||Margaret Sullavan|
|Profession||Theater Personalities, Actresses|
|Nick Name||Margaret Brooke Sullava|
|Personal Life of Margaret Sullavan|
|Born on||16 May 1909|
|Died At Age||50|
|Born in||Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.|
|Died on||01 January 1960|
|Place of death||New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Cause of Death||Drug Overdose|
|Family Background of Margaret Sullavan|
|Mother||Garland (nee Brooke)|
|Spouses/Partners||Henry Fonda (m. 1931; div. 1933), William Wyler (m. 1934; div. 1936), Leland Hayward (m. 1936; div. 1947)|
|Children||Brooke Hayward, Bridget Hayward, Bill Hayward|
|Education||Chatham Episcopal Institute|
|Personal Fact of Margaret Sullavan|
Margaret Brooke Sullavan was an American film and stage actress born in early twentieth century. Starting as a stage actress she soon established herself at Broadway. Her first film offer came, when film director John M. Stahl came to watch one of her shows. Soon she signed a contract with Universal Studios, in which she had inserted a term allowing her to work occasionally on stage. Subsequently, she worked both in films and on stage.
However, stage was always her first love. She always felt that it was only on stage that she could improve her skills. From 1933 to 1950, she worked only in seventeen films, out of which sixteen were made within the first eleven years. Although she did not get any major awards, she left her mark in each of them.
She was also an affectionate mother and retired early to take care of her young family. Later however, her two younger children became estranged from her and she suffered nervous breakdown because of that. Progressive hearing impairment was another of her problems. Yet, she continued working on stage until her death from an accidental overdose of barbiturates.
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