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Beatrice Roberts Net Worth

Beatrice Roberts Net Worth is
$500,000

Beatrice Roberts Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Beatrice Roberts was born on March 7, 1905 in Manhattan, New York, USA as Alice Beatrice Roberts. She was an actress, known for Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (1938), Park Avenue Logger (1937) and Bill Cracks Down (1937). She was married to John Wesley Smith and Robert L. Ripley. She died on July 24, 1970 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.
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Date Of BirthMarch 7, 1905
Died1970-07-24
Place Of BirthManhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.
ProfessionActress
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJohn Wesley Smith
Star SignPisces
#Fact
1Despite her considerable beauty and gracious bearing, she was never able to command leading roles during her career at MGM. Instead, she was cast (often on loan to other studios) as lowly-billed nurses, maids or secretaries. Her solitary role of note was as Queen Azura, evil minion of Ming the Merciless, in Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (1938).
2According to Charles Higham's biography of Louis B. Mayer: ""Mayer had noticed her when she appeared as a guest in a party scene in San Francisco [1936]....He fell in love with her; for years, she was the love of his life. She shared with him a passion for operettas and Viennese waltzes; she was an accomplished pianist, which, of course, appealed to him.".
3Was the longtime girlfriend of MGM studio chief Louis B.Mayer.
4Winner of "The Most Beautiful Girl in Evening Dress" award at the 1924 and 1925 Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
5Miss Greater New York in the 1925 Miss America Pageant
6Miss Manhattan in the 1924 Miss America Pageant

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
That Mothers Might Live1938ShortPasserby (uncredited)
Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars1938Queen Azura
Love Takes Flight1937Joan Lawson
Outlaws of the Orient1937Alice (as Bernice Roberts)
Bill Cracks Down1937Susan Bailey
Park Avenue Logger1937Peggy O'Shea
Sinner Take All1936Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
San Francisco1936Forrestal Guest (uncredited)
We Went to College1936Sightseeing Alumnus's Wife (uncredited)
Wife vs. Secretary1936Party Guest (uncredited)
China Seas1935Ship's Passenger (uncredited)
West Point of the Air1935Woman in Party at Night Club (uncredited)
Naughty Marietta1935Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Times Square Lady1935Casa Nova Patron (uncredited)
Night Life of the Gods1935One of the 3 Graces (uncredited)
The Captain Hates the Sea1934Passenger (uncredited)
The Return of Chandu1934/IParty Guest [Ch. 1] (uncredited)
The Worst Woman in Paris?1933Gossip at Club Bon Vivant (uncredited)
My Woman1933Party Girl (uncredited)
My Weakness1933Mannequin. Woman's Journal (uncredited)
Pilgrimage1933Sick Nurse (uncredited)
Melody Cruise1933Passenger (uncredited)
Criss Cross1949Nurse (uncredited)
Family Honeymoon1948Belle (uncredited)
An Act of Murder1948Nurse Coble (uncredited)
You Gotta Stay Happy1948Maid (uncredited)
For the Love of Mary1948Dorothy
Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid1948Mother
The Senator Was Indiscreet1947Woman (uncredited)
Ride the Pink Horse1947Manager (uncredited)
Time Out of Mind1947Mrs. Weber (uncredited)
The Egg and I1947Nurse (uncredited)
The Brute Man1946Nurse (uncredited)
White Tie and Tails1946Marie (uncredited)
The Killers1946Nurse (uncredited)
The Mysterious Mr. M1946Dr. Walker (uncredited)
The Scarlet Horseman1946Halliday's Maid (uncredited)
Because of Him1946Wife (uncredited)
Scarlet Street1945Secretary (uncredited)
This Love of Ours1945Surgical Nurse (uncredited)
Strange Confession1945Miss Rogers, Secretary (uncredited)
Song of the Sarong1945Radio Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Hi, Beautiful1944Hostess (uncredited)
Dead Man's Eyes1944Nurse (uncredited)
Reckless Age1944WAVE (uncredited)
Allergic to Love1944Mrs. Walker (uncredited)
The Invisible Man's Revenge1944Nurse (uncredited)
Jungle Woman1944Inquest Juror (uncredited)
Her Primitive Man1944Maid (uncredited)
Phantom Lady1944Monteiro's Maid (uncredited)
Top Man1943War Plant Worker (uncredited)
Adventures of the Flying Cadets1943Hill Aerial Secretary [Ch. 1] (uncredited)
Fired Wife1943Divorcee (uncredited)
Phantom of the Opera1943Nurse (uncredited)
He's My Guy1943Secretary (uncredited)
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man1943Varja - Barmaid (uncredited)
It Comes Up Love1943Bernice
Mystery of Marie Roget1942Woman #2 Reading Newespaper (uncredited)
Gang Busters1942O'Brien's Secretary (uncredited)
What's Cookin'?1942Miss Lewis (uncredited)
Bombay Clipper1942Miss Kane - Secretary (uncredited)
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break1941Stewardess (uncredited)
Mob Town1941Bit Role (uncredited)
San Antonio Rose1941Diner (uncredited)
Tight Shoes1941Waitress (uncredited)
Pioneers of the West1940Anna Bailey
The Devil's Party1938Helen McCoy

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Deadly Ray from Mars1966TV MovieAzura, Queen of Mars
Mars Attacks the World1938Azura, Queen of Mars

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