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Piper Lisa Perabo (born October 31, 1977 in Toms River, New Jersey, USA) is an American movie actress. Her parents named her after Piper Laurie. She graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University in 1998. Her father is Portuguese and her mother is Norwegian. She also has a brother named Noah Perabo, who is also an actor.
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She also has a brother named Noah Perabo, who is also an actor. After having performed in 105 films Marie Prevost has now been honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6201 Hollywood Blvd. Her father is Portuguese and her mother is Norwegian. Her body was not discovered for days, and the police report stated that her pet dachshund "had chewed up her arms and legs in a futile attempt to awaken her." Her pauper's burial place is unknown. She graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University in 1998. At the age of 38, almost penniless, and living alone in a rundown apartment house, Marie Prevost died of alcoholism and malnutrition. Her parents named her after Piper Laurie. The downward spiral became greatly aggravated when her weight problems forced her into repeated crash dieting in order to keep whatever bit part a movie studio offered.
Piper Lisa Perabo (born October 31, 1977 in Toms River, New Jersey, USA) is an American movie actress. By 1934, she had no work at all and her financial situation deteriorated dramatically. Studied at the LaMamma Stage Theater in New York, and was cast in 2 low budget art films :"Single Spaced" and "Knuckleface Jones" (can be seen at http://atomfilms.shockwave.com/af/content/atom_1198 ). As a result of all this, her income declined and her growing dependency on alcohol added to her weight problems. Vegetarian. By the 1930s she was working less and less being offered only secondary parts, frequently in humiliating roles as a cheap-talking floozy. Likes classical music and literature. However, her depression caused her to binge on food resulting in significant weight gain.
as Karen Sympathy, FBI. She tried to get past her personal torment by burying herself in her work, becoming one of the busiest actresses of the day, starring in numerous roles as the temptingly beautiful seductress who in the end was always the honorable heroine. The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000) .. Devastated, the loss of her only remaining parent led to an addiction to alcohol and to Marie Prevost's own ultimate destruction. as Violet Sanford. While her mother was traveling in Florida with actress Vera Steadman and another Canadian friend, Hollywood studio owner, Al Christie, an automobile accident took her mother's life. Coyote Ugly (2000) .. But, just when her career was blossoming, tragedy struck her family again in 1926.
as Pauline 'Paulie' Oster. This impressive performance, praised by the New York Times, resulted in Lubitsch casting her in Three Women in 1924 and in Kiss Me Again the following year. Lost and Delirious (2001) .. Of her performance as the beautiful seductress, Ernst Lubitsch said that she was one of the few actresses in Hollywood who knew how to underplay comedy to achieve the maximum effect. as Genevieve LePlouff. Her performance brought good reviews and director Ernst Lubitsch chose her for a major role opposite Adolphe Menjou in The Marriage Circle. She's French (2002) .. Scott Fitzgerald story, The Beautiful and the Damned.
Slap Her.. It was there that she got her first big break appearing in a standout role in the F. as Nora Baker. At Universal, Marie Prevost was still relegated to light comedies and after making only eight films she left to sign with Warner Brothers in 1922. Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) .. Placed in numerous minor comedic roles as the sexy, innocent young girl, she worked in several films for Sennett's studio until 1921 when she signed with Universal Studios. as Julia. Himself from a small town outside Montreal, Mack Sennett dubbed her as the exotic French girl, adding Mary Dunn to his collection of bathing beauties under the stage name of Marie Prevost.
Perfect Opposites (2005) ... While working as a secretary, the girl applied and obtained an acting job at the Hollywood studio owned by Mack Sennett. Following the early death of her beloved father, she moved with her mother and sister to Los Angeles, California. Born Mary Bickford Dunn in Sarnia, Ontario, she was educated in a Catholic convent school in Montreal, Quebec. Marie Prevost (November 8, 1898 - January 23, 1937) was an actress of the early days of cinema.
Ten Laps To Go - (1937) - (Her final film). Tango - (1936 ). Hands Across the Table - (1935). Keystone Hotel - (1935).
The Eleventh Commandment - (1933). Parole Girl - (1933). Strange Marriage - (1932). Hell Divers - (1931).
Slightly Married - (1932). Reckless Living - (1931). The Good Bad Girl - (1931). The Runaround - (1931).
War Nurse - (1930). Sweethearts on Parade - (1930). Ladies of Leisure - (1930). Party Girl - (1930).
The Sideshow - (1930). The Flying Fool - (1929 ). Godless Girl - (1929). Rush Hour - (1928).
A Blonde for a Night - (1928). The Girl in the Pullman - (1927). Getting Gertie's Garter - (1927). The Rush Hour - (1927).
Getting Gertie's Garter - (1927). Up In Mabel's Room - (1926). Kiss Me Again - (1925). The Marriage Circle - (1924).
Three Women - (1924). The Beautiful and the Damned - (1923). Red Lights - (1922). Her Night of Nights - (1922).
Kissed - (1922). The Crossroads of New York - (1922). Don't Get Personal - (1922). A Parisian Scandal - (1921).
Princess Virtue - (1921). Nobody's Fool - (1921). Love, Honor and Behave - (1920). Down on the Farm - (1920).
When Love is Blind - (1919). Yankee Doodle in Berlin - (1919). The Village Chestnut - (1918). Hide and Seek Detectives - (1918).
His Hidden Purpose - (1918). His Smothered Love - (1918). She Loved Him Plenty - (1918). Her Nature Dance - (1917).
Two Crooks - (1917).