Margaret O'Brien is an American film, radio, television, and stage actress, and one of the last remaining stars of the Golden Era of Hollywood cinema. Beginning her illustrious career as a child actress in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films at the age of 4, O'Brien went on to become one of the most famous child stars in movie history and was honored with the Juvenile Academy Award as best children's actress in 1944 In her subsequent career, she appeared on television, on stage and in supporting roles.
|Born||Maxine O'Brien, January 15, 1937, San Diego, California, U.S.|
Popular child actress who played roles in 1940s movies such as Jane Eyre and Meet Me in St. Louis and won the Juvenile Academy Award in 1944.
She made her first film appearance in Babes on Broadway at the age of four.
She changed her named after she played in Journey for Margaret, and made her first on-stage appearance at age four in Babes on Broadway.
She married Roy Thorsen, and the couple had a daughter named Mara in 1977.
In 1944, she was awarded a Juvenile Academy Award; The first person to ever be awarded this special honor was Shirley Temple in 1934.
Juvenile Oscar winners. The actresses are from San Diego. Spanish and Latin American actresses. The players have entered into a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. American actresses