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Alice White Net Worth

Alice White Net Worth is
$950,000

Alice White Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

This Hollywood High graduate began her career as a secretary and script girl, working for Josef von Sternberg and Charles Chaplin. A sexy and bubbly player, she was repeatedly miscast as a singer-dancer. She toured the vaudeville circuit after her career spluttered, returning to Hollywood only to get involved in a sex scandal in 1933 with her ...
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Full NameAlice White
Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1904
Died1983-02-19
Place Of BirthPaterson, New Jersey, U.S.
Height5' 3" (1.6 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack, Miscellaneous Crew
NationalityAmerican
SpouseWilliam Hinshaw
ParentsMarion Alexander, James F. White
MoviesShowgirl in Hollywood, Broadway Babies, Show Girl, The Naughty Flirt, Picture Snatcher, Employees' Entrance, Jimmy the Gent, Telephone Operator, Sweet Mama, Murder at Midnight, Flamingo Road, Playing Around, Annabel Takes a Tour, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Sweet Music, A Very Honorable Guy, Cross Cou...
Star SignVirgo
#Trademark
1Helmet blonde hairdo
TitleSalary
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928)$2,000 a week
#Quote
1[1958 interview] I don't mind playing a maid. Save the hearts and flowers. Show business is my racket...and right now I'm only interested in getting back to work.
2[1958 interview] Look at that Marilyn Monroe walk. I did it first. That's an Alice White walk!
3[1933 interview] Knocks make you stronger. My chin ought to be scarred. But it's tough, it can take 'em. I like beans so if I had to eat a tin-can diet it wouldn't kill me.
#Fact
1Alice White was originally scheduled to co-star in the Unversal Picture Affairs of a Gentleman (1934) but was replaced by Leila Hyams.
2In 1927 Alice had a pet chow dog named Ching-a-Ling.
3Had a pet sheepdog in the mid-1930s named Snoots, with whom she posed for publicity photos at Universal Pictures.
4She was once one of Hollywood's most popular actresses and received more than 30,000 fan letter a month.
5Her real hair color was reddish brown. She dyed it blonde to stop comparisons to her rival Clara Bow.
6In 1957 she was blinded for several months after falling off a ladder and landing on a pair of scissors.
7One-time secretary and script girl for Josef von Sternberg who thought she lacked the temperament to be a secretary for him. She later worked for Charles Chaplin.
8Attended Roanoke College.
9Parents were James F. White and Marion Alexander, she being a professional actress. Her mother died while Alice was quite young and Alice and her maternal grandmother moved to Hollywood.
10She was Warner Brothers answer to Clara Bow.
11Returned to being a secretary after her screen career ended.

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Ann Sothern Show1958TV SeriesAnna
Flamingo Road1949Gracie
Girls' Town1942Nicky
The Night of January 16th1941Flashy Blonde
Annabel Takes a Tour1938Marcella, Hotel Manicurist
King of the Newsboys1938Dolly
Telephone Operator1937Dottie Stengal
Big City1937Peggy Devlin
Coronado1935Violet Wray Hornbostel
Sweet Music1935Lulu Betts Malone
Secret of the Chateau1934Didi Bonfee
Gift of Gab1934Margot
A Very Honorable Guy1934Hortense
Jimmy the Gent1934Mabel
Cross Country Cruise1934May
King for a Night1933Evelyn
Picture Snatcher1933Allison
Luxury Liner1933Milli Stern
Employees' Entrance1933Polly
Murder at Midnight1931Millie Scripps
The Naughty Flirt1931Miss Katherine Constance 'Kay' Elliott
The Widow from Chicago1930Polly Henderson
Sweethearts on Parade1930Helen
Sweet Mama1930Goldie
Show Girl in Hollywood1930Dixie Dugan
Playing Around1930Sheba Miller
The Show of Shows1929Performer in 'If I Could Learn to Love' Number
The Girl from Woolworth's1929Pat King
Broadway Babies1929Dee Foster
Hot Stuff1929Barbara Allen
Naughty Baby1928Rosalind McGill
Show Girl1928Dixie Dugan
Lingerie1928/IShortAngele Ree ('Lingerie')
Three-Ring Marriage1928Trapeze Performer
Harold Teen1928Giggles Dewberry
The Big Noise1928Sophie Sloval
Mad Hour1928Aimee
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes1928Dorothy Shaw
The Dove1927Bit (uncredited)
The Private Life of Helen of Troy1927Adraste
Breakfast at Sunrise1927Loulou
The American Beauty1927Claire O'Riley
The Satin Woman1927Jean Taylor
The Sea Tiger1927Manuella

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1920s: The Dawn of the Hollywood Musical2008Video documentary performer: "Hang Onto a Rainbow" - uncredited
Employees' Entrance1933music: "I Found a Million Dollar Baby In a Five and Ten Cent Store" 1931 - uncredited / performer: "I Found a Million Dollar Baby In a Five and Ten Cent Store" 1931 - uncredited
Sweethearts on Parade1930performer: "Dream of Me", "Misstep"
Sweet Mama1930performer: "Giving It This and That" - uncredited
Show Girl in Hollywood1930performer: "I've Got My Eye on You" 1930, "Hang On to a Rainbow" 1930 - uncredited
Playing Around1930"You Learn About Love Every Day" 1929, uncredited / performer: "You Learn About Love Every Day" 1929 - uncredited
The Show of Shows1929performer: "If I Could Learn to Love" 1929 - uncredited
The Girl from Woolworth's1929performer: "Crying for Love", "Someone", "Oh! Oh! Oh! What I Know About Love", "You Baby Me, I'll Baby You" - uncredited
Broadway Babies1929"Wishing and Waiting for Love" 1929, "Jig, Jig, Jigaloo" 1929, uncredited / performer: "Jig, Jig, Jigaloo" 1929, "Broadway Baby Dolls" 1929 - uncredited
Show Girl1928performer: "Buy, Buy for Baby", "She's One Sweet Show Girl" - uncredited

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Woman of the Sea1926script supervisor - uncredited

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Broadway Highlights No. 21935ShortHerself
A Trip Thru a Hollywood Studio1935Short documentaryHerself (uncredited)
The Hollywood Gad-About1934Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
Hollywood on Parade No. B-61934ShortHerself
Fashion News1930DocumentaryHerself (1929)
Girls Will Be Boys1929Documentary shortHerself - Film Star - Aquaplane Rider

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood1980TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
Hollywood and the Stars1963TV SeriesHerself
Hollywood on Parade No. A-121933ShortHerself (uncredited)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 1511 Vine Street.

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