Marion Aye Net Worth

Marion Aye Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

Marion Aye Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Marion Aye was born Maryon Eloise Aye on April 5, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois. Her father was a lawyer who moved the family to California. When she was fifteen Marion lied about her age to elope with her older boyfriend Sherman Plaskett. Sadly he passed away just a year later. While walking on the beach in a bathing suit Marion was discovered by ...
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Date Of BirthApril 5, 1903, Chicago, Illinois, United States
DiedJuly 21, 1951, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthChicago, Illinois, USA
MoviesIrene, The Weak-End Party, The Eternal Three, The Last Man on Earth
Star SignAries
1Posing in a bathing suit
1I've come face to face to Hollywood in it's worst form. Friends console me by talking about what I used to be but I'm sick of living in the past.
2Give me a non-professional husband! Nothing is so wearing as too much of the same thing, and I believe an actor or director would give one no rest from shop talk. Besides, a man outside the studio is far more apt to remain the lover, for to him you can preserve the glamor of the screen. Nothing destroys his illusion of you, for he is unlike the man inside who knows all about illusions!
1On July 10, 1951 Marion, her husband, and their dog checked into a Culver City Motel. That night she swallowed a handful of bi chloride of mercury tablets "I dropped one of the floor and I'm afraid the dog will get it" were her last words to her husband before she collapsed. She died eleven days later in a general hospital ward.
2Marion's second husband was press agent Harry Wilson. He was Dolores Del Rio's publicist and helped create the Wampas (Western Association of Motion Picture advertisers) group. They divorced in 1924 and he died in 1933 after a long illness.
3Made a public appearance at the Duquesne Theater in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to accompany a screening of Yankee Doodle in Berlin (1919). It was reported to be the first public appearance of the Mack Sennet Bathing Beauties outside Los Angeles. Other Bathing Beauties who appeared at this event were Irene Hylie, "Mickey" Burton, Elsie Ware, Eve Worth, Eleanor Bell, Jean Charleson, Dollie Mirth, Molly McGowan and Jane Allen (mid-September, 1919).
4Upon her death, she was survived by her father, James H. Aye.
5Discovered, semi-conscious, in a motel room in Culver City, having swallowed poison. She passed away eleven days later.
6In 1922 she became the first actress to sign a contract with a morality clause.
7Discovered by producer Mack Sennett while walking on the beach.
8WAMPAS Baby Star of 1922.
9Screen and stage actress.


Irene1926Helen Cheston (as Maryon Aye)
The Roughneck1924Marrat's Girl (as Maryon Aye)
The Last Man on Earth1924Red Sal
The Siren of Seville1924Woman in prologue
The Meanest Man in the World1923Nellie Clarke (as Maryon Aye)
The Eternal Three1923Maid (as Maryon Aye)
The Punctured Prince1922ShortA Vampire
The Weak-End Party1922ShortLily, the birthday girl
The Claim Jumpers1922Short
His Brother's Blood1922Short
West Meets East1922Short
Phantom of the Hills1922Short
The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 19221922ShortMaryon (as Maryon Aye)
No Man's Gold1922Short
Double Reward1922Short
Streak of Yellow1922Short
The Vengeance Trail1921Grace Winwood (as Maryon Aye)
Broadway Buckaroo1921
Montana Bill1921
The Hick1921ShortThe Farmer's Daughter
Pretty Lady1920Short
Hearts and Flowers1919ShortBathing Girl (uncredited)
Why Beaches Are Popular1919ShortBathing Girl

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