Priscilla Shortridge Net Worth

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Priscilla Lawson (March 8, 1914 – August 27, 1958), born Priscilla Shortridge, was an American actress known for her role as Princess Aura in the original Flash Gordon serial (1936).Lawson was a professional model by her early twenties and was named Miss Miami Beach in 1935. This gained her a contract with Universal Studios, which used her in a variety of small roles. However, in 1936 she was cast in the serial Flash Gordon as the voluptuous daughter of the villain, Ming the Merciless. Princess Aura's rivalry with Dale Arden for Flash Gordon's affection was one of the centerpieces of the serial and gained Lawson cult figure status.Little is known of her post-Hollywood life. Lawson married Hollywood leading man Alan Curtis (1909-1953), and enlisted in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. An unverified rumor claims she lost a leg in an accident while serving in the Army. Another version is that she lost a leg in a 1937 car crash. However, her Flash Gordon co-star Jean Rogers denied that Lawson had lost a leg, and it was also rejected in a biographical review in an Indianapolis journal.Lawson and her husband eventually divorced, and she then managed a stationery shop in Los Angeles, California.Priscilla Lawson died at the early age of 44 due to upper gastrointestinal bleeding caused by a duodenal ulcer. She was interred at Live Oak Memorial Park in Los Angeles County, California.
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Date Of BirthMarch 8, 1914
Place Of BirthIndianapolis, Indiana, USA
SpouseAlan Curtis (American actor)
Star SignPisces
1Natural brunette hair
2Voluptuous figure
1Married Gerald Lawson on March 8, 1932 in Indiana. 1940 census lists her as a widow and living as a border at 1445 N. Spaulding, Los Angeles, California.


Billy the Kid1941Bessie - Barmaid (uncredited)
The Women1939Hairdresser #1 (uncredited)
Three Loves Has Nancy1938Gertie, at the Party (uncredited)
Heroes of the Hills1938Madeline Reynolds
The Toy Wife1938Dark Woman (uncredited)
Three Comrades1938Frau Brunner - Sanatorium Clerk (uncredited)
Test Pilot1938Mabel
The Girl of the Golden West1938Nina Martinez
The First Hundred Years1938Mary Brown - Lynn's Secretary (uncredited)
Arsène Lupin Returns1938Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
The Last Gangster1937Girl in Dive (uncredited)
A Night at the Movies1937ShortUsherette (uncredited)
Double Wedding1937Felice
King of Gamblers1937Grace (uncredited)
Internes Can't Take Money1937Nurse (uncredited)
College Holiday1936Student / Phone Operator (uncredited)
The Accusing Finger1936Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
Rose Bowl1936Florence Taylor
Wives Never Know1936Laboratory Assistant (uncredited)
The Phantom Rider1936Dance-Hall Girl (uncredited)
Flash Gordon1936/IPrincess Aura
Sutter's Gold1936Native Girl (uncredited)
Don't Get Personal1936Bridesmaid (uncredited)
Dangerous Waters1936Valparaiso Bar Girl - Back to Wall (uncredited)
The Great Impersonation1935Maid (uncredited)
His Night Out1935Hatcheck Girl (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Spaceship to the Unknown1966TV MoviePrincess Aura
Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars1938Princess Aura in Flashback [Chs. 6, 10, 14]
Flash Gordon1936/IIPrincess Aura

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