Rich, Irene (1891–1988)
Rich, Irene (1891–1988)
American stage and screen actress. Born Irene Luther, Oct 13, 1891, in Buffalo, NY; died April 22, 1988, in Hope Ranch, CA; m. Charles Rich (div.); m. Elvo Deffenbaugh (div.); m. David Blankenthorn, 1926 (div.); m. George Henry Clifford, 1950; children: (1st m.) 2 daughters.
Gave over 5,000 performances in vaudeville; played the hectoring wife opposite Will Rogers in 7 films; other movies include Lady Windermere's Fan, Craig's Wife, They Had to See Paris, That Certain Age, The Lady in Question, Fort Apache and Joan of Arc; went on to star on stage in Seven Keys to Baldpate and on radio's long-running "Dear John" (beginning 1933).
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