b. 30 August 1906, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 25 Dec 1979, Santa Monica, California, USA. Delivered right into a showbiz family members, Blondell’s dad was among the first Katzenjammer Children. She proved helpful in vaudeville as a kid, touring internationally with her family members’s work. She started playing in the reputable theatre though it was a earn a beauty competition that brought her to New York’s Broadway where she is at both straight takes on and musicals, among the second option being Cent Arcade with Wayne Cagney. In 1930 Blondell and Cagney reprised their functions in the film edition, retitled Sinners’ Vacation. Through the 30s Blondell made an appearance in a large number of movies, frequently for Warner Bros., playing in directly dramas and musicals with equivalent aplomb. Among her movies of the first 30s are Blonde Crazy (1931, once again co-starring with Cagney), Big Town Blues (1932), Footlight Parade (1933, Cagney once again), Platinum Diggers Of Broadway (1933, where Blondell sings ‘Keep in mind My Forgotten Guy’), and Dames (1934), choreography within the last three by Busby Berkeley. From your mid-30s through in to the 40s, Blondell produced We’re In THE AMOUNT OF MONEY (1935), Broadway Gondolier (1935), Stage Struck, Colleen (both 1936), the second option three among many movies where Blondell co-starred with Dick Powell who was simply her second spouse from 1936-44, Sons O’Weapons (also 1936, with Joe E. Dark brown and Eric Blore), The Ruler AS WELL AS THE Chorus Lady (1937), Platinum Diggers Of 1937 (1937, once again with Powell), East Part Of Heaven (1938, with Bing Crosby), Two Ladies On Broadway (1940), and that which was her greatest dramatic part, A Tree Develops In Brooklyn (1945). From 1947-50 Blondell’s third spouse was Mike Todd. In the 50s and later on, Blondell was more often than not in dramatic functions that were generally supporting and even small. In 1951 she was Oscar-nominated as Greatest Supporting Celebrity for The Blue Veil. She also made an appearance in THE CONTRARY Sex (1956), THIS MAY BE THE NIGHT TIME (1957), The Cincinnati Child (1965), and AVOID, Joe (1968), the last mentioned with Elvis Presley. On tv, Blondell performed Lottie Hatfield in Right here Come The Wedding brides (1968-70), that she received two Emmy nominations. Her past due movies include Won Lot Ton, YOUR DOG Who Saved Hollywood (1976), Grease (1978) as well as the Champ (1979). Her last film, THE GIRL Inside, had not been released until 1981. In 1972 Blondell released a novel, Middle Door Nice, which is usually loosely biographical.