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Lois Wilde (1907–1995)

Lois Wilde, a long-forgotten leading lady of late 1930s westerns and outdoor dramas, was only briefly on the screen before she was forced to leave the business due to injuries incurred in a car-related accident. The talented blue-eyed blonde began quite early in the entertainment business. Born Edithea Lois Wild in Los Angeles on August 14, 1907, ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Singing Cowboy Helen Blake
Undersea Kingdom Diana Compton
Danger Valley Mickey Temple
Step on It Connie Banning


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 1984 Oh, God! You Devil
Casino Patron (uncredited)
 1953 Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki
Boat Passenger (uncredited)
 1952 Steel Town
Nurse (uncredited)
 1951 Love Nest
Landlady (uncredited)
 1937 Danger Valley
Mickey Temple
 1937 Sky Racket
Sugar (uncredited)
 1937 Hopalong Rides Again
Laura Peters
 1937 Brothers of the West
Celia Chandler
 1937 Pick a Star
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1937 Nobody's Baby
Radio Station Receptionist (uncredited)
 1937 Outcast
Mary Hallifax (uncredited)
 1936 Stormy Trails
Connie Curlew
 1936 Wildcat Trooper
Ruth Reynolds
 1936 Palm Springs
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1936 Undersea Kingdom
Diana Compton
 1936 The Singing Cowboy
Helen Blake
 1936 Caryl of the Mountains
Caryl Foray
 1936 The Millionaire Kid
Kitty Malone
 1936 Step on It
Connie Banning
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5' 2" (1.57 m)

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When I was a child, the other children didn't seem to want to be with me. Maybe it was jealousy . . . As I got to be well-known, it was hard for me to communicate with people . . . People never get to know me, to see me as a real person.


According to Merrill T. McCord, who wrote an article on Lois for "Classic Images" magazine in 2006, Lois actually won the Miss America title in 1923, but the honor was rescinded after the judges were informed that she was a performing professional. See more »

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