Bradley, Grace (1913–)
Bradley, Grace (1913–)
American theater and film dancer. Name variations: Grace Boyd; Mrs. William Boyd. Born Sept 21, 1913, in Brooklyn, NY; m. William Boyd (actor), 1937 (died 1972).
A red-haired beauty, was a graceful dancer in The Third Little Show (1931) and Strike me Pink (1933); received film contract for Harold Lloyd comedies, whereupon she danced in a series of musicals and melodramas, including Come on Marines (1934), She Made Her Bed (1934) and The Gilded Lily (1935); returned to dancing in straight musical comedies after marriage to cowboy star William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy); other films include Wharf Angel (1934), Old Man Rhythm (1935), Thirteen Hours by Air (1936), Wake Up and Live (1937), The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938), Romance on the Run (1938), Brooklyn Orchid (1942), Taxi, Mister (1943) and Two Knights from Brooklyn (1949).
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