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Lenore Lonergan

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Lenore Lonergan
Lenore Lonergan (1952), in The Lady Says No.jpg
Lenore Lonergan (1952) in The Lady Says No
Born(1928-06-02)2 June 1928
Died31 August 1987(1987-08-31) (aged 59)
OccupationActress
Years active1941-1954
Spouse(s)
(m. 1972)
Children1[1]

Lenore Lonergan (June 2, 1928 in Toledo, Ohio – August 31, 1987 in Stuart, Florida[1]) was a stage and film actress during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.

Biography

Vera Allen, Dan Tobin, Katharine Hepburn and Lenore Lonergan on Broadway in The Philadelphia Story (1939)
Vera Allen, Dan Tobin, Katharine Hepburn and Lenore Lonergan on Broadway in The Philadelphia Story (1939)

She came from a long line of actors; her paternal grandfather, Lester Lonergan (1869–1931), was an Irish-born actor, and her father, Lester Lonergan, Jr. (1893–1959), was a renowned actor. Her mother, Julia Mary (Juliet) McIntyre-Lonergan (1889–1942), daughter of Hector McIntyre and Julia Fennell of Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, was also an actress and opera singer who trained at New England Conservatory of Music. There was a floor-to-ceiling portrait of her as Juliet Capulet from Romeo and Juliet that hung in their apartment at 58 West 58th Street in New York City. Her brother, Lester (Lessi) Lonergan, was an actor as well.

Lenore Lonegan made her stage debut on Broadway at the age of 6, in Mother Lode, starring Melvyn Douglas. She later played in the original adaption of The Philadelphia Story on Broadway.

She later played juvenile roles in Junior Miss by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields, and in Dear Ruth by Norman Krasna. She appeared in Crime Marches On, Fields Beyond, and in the film Tom, Dick and Harry, among others. Later films included Westward the Women, The Whistle at Eaton Falls, and The Lady Says No.

Personal life

Lonergan died from cancer at 59 years old.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1941 Tizio, Caio, Sempronio Butch
1951 The Whistle at Eaton Falls Abbie
1951 The Lady Says No Goldie
1951 Westward the Women Maggie O'Malley

References

  1. ^ a b "Lenore Lonergan, Actress, 59". The New York Times. September 1, 1987. Retrieved February 27, 2017.

External links

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