Mona Freeman Overview:

Actress, Mona Freeman, was born Monica Elizabeth Freeman on Jun 9, 1926 in Baltimore, MD. As of December 2020, Mona Freeman was 94 years old.



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Miriam Wilkins: [on phone] I'll talk to you later. A prominent member of the last generation just walked in.

Miriam Wilkins: The game of man and woman maneuvering in pursuit of a mate I consider on the mental level of a game of checkers.

Rannie Carter: He wasn't much of a hand at nothing but a jug. But he was decent enough to me. I sure hope there's plenty of filled-up jugs wherever he's gone.

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Mona Freeman Facts
Howard Hughes discovered her and gave her a two-year contract after seeing one her photographs on a magazine cover. Frustrated that she was not cast in anything, Paramount wound up buying up her contract from Hughes, having never done a bit of work for the eccentric mogul. She was cast in Angel Face (1952), an RKO/Howard Hughes production.

She was briefly linked romantically to widower Bing Crosby.

The 18-year-old's first role was as Barbara Stanwyck teen stepdaughter in Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity (1944) but she photographed so young, she was replaced by Jean Heather. She still made her debut in the movie, however, when she was instead handed a one-line bit part as Edward G. Robinson's secretary. She was also cast to play Elizabeth Taylor's older sister in National Velvet (1944) but once again was replaced (by Angela Lansbury) because she did not look old enough. In truth, Mona was six years Taylor's senior.

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