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Anne Shirley is a fictional character introduced in the 1908 novel Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Montgomery wrote in her journal that the idea for Anne's story came from relatives who, planning to adopt an orphaned boy, received a girl instead. Anne Shirley's appearance was inspired by a photograph which Montgomery clipped from the Metropolitan Magazine and kept, unaware of the model's identity as the notorious 1900s Gibson Girl Evelyn Nesbit.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 17, 1918
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
Height5' 2" (1.57 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
Star SignAries
1By the time I was 18, I had discovered that I didn't want to be an actress forever. I've always been basically a shy person and it was hard being 'on' all the time. So, finally, I just walked away. I've never regretted that decision.
2[in a 1992 interview] My acting was only average. I wasn't dedicated. Starting as a tot and working for twenty years was long enough, so I quit. The fan mail still arrives . . . why, I don't know.
3[about her mother] I realized how much she dedicated her life to making me a somebody . . . Because of this, I'm very proud I did what I did. What I eventually became justified my mother's hard work, dedication and sacrifices. So, although I was propelled and pushed toward a life on camera, because of the pride and happiness my mother felt, I was happy too . . . for a while.
1Following her divorce from screenwriter Adrian Scott, a Communist, she married another acclaimed Hollywood screenwriter, Charles Lederer, a Republican.
2Longtime friend of actress Geraldine Fitzgerald, Anne attended a taping of Fitzgerald's guest appearance on The Golden Girls (1985).
3Ex-aunt-in-law of Pippa Scott.
4Ex-sister-in-law of Allan Scott.
5Sister-in-law of Pepi Lederer.
6She and third husband Charles Lederer had their 1949 wedding at the New York home of Random House publisher Bennett Cerf. The couple maintained homes in Bel Air and Malibu for quite a long time. They maintained homes in Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. After Charles' death, Anne had a home in West Hollywood. Their home in Beverly HIlls was across the street from Lana Turner's home, where Johnny Stampanato was murdered.
7Grandmother of Katharine Towne.
8Former mother-in-law of writer-director Robert Towne.
9Not to be confused with another Dawn O'Day, a brunette dancer, who appeared in a few Vitaphone musical shorts in the early 1930s.
10Changed her stage name from Dawn O'Day to Anne Shirley after playing the lead character of the same name in the film Anne of Green Gables (1934)
11Mother, with John Payne, of actress Julie Payne.


Anne of Windy Poplars1940Anne Shirley
Saturday's Children1940Bobby Halevy
Vigil in the Night1940Lucy Lee
Career1939Sylvia Bartholomew
Sorority House1939Alice Fisher
Boy Slaves1939Annie
The World Is Ours1938ShortThe Daughter
A Man to Remember1938Jean Johnson
Girls' School1938Natalie Freeman
Mother Carey's Chickens1938Nancy Carey
Law of the Underworld1938Annabelle Porter
Condemned Women1938Millie Anson
Stella Dallas1937Laurel Dallas
Meet the Missus1937Louise Foster
Too Many Wives1937Betty Jackson
Make Way for a Lady1936June Drew
So and Sew1936Short uncredited
M'Liss1936M'liss Smith
Chatterbox1936Jenny Yates
Steamboat Round the Bend1935Fleety Belle
A Night at the Biltmore Bowl1935ShortAnne Shirley
Chasing Yesterday1935Jeanne Alexandre
Anne of Green Gables1934Anne
Bachelor Bait1934Miriam Ann Johnson, Marriage License Applicant (uncredited)
The Key1934Flower Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
Finishing School1934Billie (as Dawn O'Day)
School for Girls1934Catherine Fogarty (as Dawn O'Day)
This Side of Heaven1934Flower Girl (scenes deleted, as Dawn O'Day)
The Life of Jimmy Dolan1933Mary Lou (uncredited)
Rasputin and the Empress1932Princess Anastasia (uncredited)
Three on a Match1932Vivian Revere as a Child (as Dawn O'Day)
The Purchase Price1932Sarah Tipton - the Daughter (uncredited)
So Big!1932Selina Peake, as a Child (uncredited)
Young America1932Mabel Saunders (as Dawn O'Day)
Emma1932Isabelle as a Child (uncredited)
Rich Man's Folly1931Anne, as a child (as Dawn O'Day)
Howdy Mate1931Short as Dawn O'Day
Hello Napoleon1931ShortThe Little Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
Gun Smoke1931Horton's Daughter (as Dawn O'Day)
Liliom1930Louise (as Dawn O'Day)
City Girl1930Marie Tustine (as Dawn O'Day)
Sins of the Fathers1928Mary, as a child (as Dawn O'Day)
4 Devils1928Marion - as a Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
Mother Knows Best1928Sally, as a child (as Dawn O'Day)
Night Life1927Daughter of War Profiteer (as Dawn O'Day)
The Callahans and the Murphys1927Mary Callahan (as Dawn O'Day)
His Wooden Wedding1925ShortLittle Girl Train-Bearer (uncredited)
Alice's Egg Plant1925ShortAlice (as Dawn O'Day)
Riders of the Purple Sage1925Fay Larkin (uncredited)
The Fast Set1924Little Margaret (as Dawn O'Day)
The Man Who Fights Alone1924Dorothy (as Dawn O'Day)
The Rich Pup1924Short as Baby Dawn O'Day
The Spanish Dancer1923Don Balthazar Carlos (as Dawn O'Day)
The Rustle of Silk1923Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
Moonshine Valley1922Nancy (as Dawn O'Day)
The Hidden Woman1922Girl (as Dawn O'Day)
Biography1995TV Series documentaryActress 'Steamboat 'round the Bend'
Murder, My Sweet1944Ann Grayle
Music in Manhattan1944Frankie Foster
Man from Frisco1944Diana Kennedy
Government Girl1943May Harness Blake
Bombardier1943Burton Hughes
The Powers Girl1943Ellen Evans
Lady Bodyguard1943A.C. Baker
The Mayor of 44th Street1942Jessey Lee
Four Jacks and a Jill1942Karanina 'Nina' Novak
The Devil and Daniel Webster1941Mary Stone
Unexpected Uncle1941Kathleen Brown
West Point Widow1941Nancy Hull


Four Jacks and a Jill1942performer: "Karanina", "Wherever You Go", "You Go Your Way" - uncredited
Unexpected Uncle1941"Strolling Through the Park One Day" 1884, uncredited / performer: "Wishing Will Make It So" 1939 - uncredited
M'Liss1936performer: "There Is a Tavern in the Town" 1891 - uncredited


Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 21941Documentary shortHerself - Premiere Attendee (uncredited)
Picture People No. 1: Stars in Defense1941ShortHerself

Archive Footage

20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years1997TV Movie documentaryActress 'Steamboat Round the Bend' (uncredited)
The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind1988TV Movie documentaryHerself - Actress Testing as Melanie
Make Mine Laughs1949
Hollywood Bound1947Edited from: A Night at the Biltmore Bowl
Movieland Magic1946Short

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 7018 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated Awards

1938OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleStella Dallas (1937)

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