Jean Parker Overview:

Actress, Jean Parker, was born Lois Mae Green on Aug 11, 1915 in Deer Lodge, MT. Parker died at the age of 90 on Nov 30, 2005 in Woodland Hills, CA .



She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Jean Parker Quotes:

Toni: You can't mix mongrels with thoroughbreds.

[last lines]
Matthews: Such fine coffee.
Murkil: Isn't it?
[we cut to a different scene]
Carol Dunlap: Oh, Albert!

Lucille: What would Bluebeard want with me?

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Mother Mildred Brenner worked at MGM in the set department, and created magnificent flowers, trees and other greenery for such notable films as National Velvet (1944), Forbidden Planet (1956), Raintree County (1957) and others.

As the winner of an art poster competition celebrating the 1932 Olympic Games (to be held in Los Angeles), Jean was invited to be one of the models decorating the float in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses parade.

She was divorced four times: first husband was New York newsman George MacDonald; second husband radio commentator Douglas Dawson; third husband Los Angeles insurance broker Curtis Grotter; fourth husband actor Robert Lowery, the father of her son Robert Jr.

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