Appeared in Gone with the Wind (1939) in the barbecue at Twelve Oaks.
As a child, appeared in silent films under her real name.
Daughter, Linda Reynolds, started out as an actress but moved into casting. She cast Marjorie in ...All the Marbles (1981) but her role as the mother of a lady wrestler was deleted before its release.
Her early years were comprised of dancing bits in a slew of 1930s films for Paramount.
She is prominently featured as a character in two mystery novels by John Dandola: "Dead By All Appearances", which takes place during the initial theatrical release of Holiday Inn (1942) and "Dead in Small Doses" which is set just prior to the release of Dixie (1943).
Toured army bases during World War II and the Korean War.