Alice Brady (1892 - 1939)
Alice Brady was born on November 22, 1892 in New
York city.. On October 28, 1939, Alice Brady
passed away in New York, New York from cancer.
Born into a prominent show-business family, Alice
Brady's father was famous stage producer William Brady.
Alice Brady had dramatic Broadway experience and
had done several silent comedies.
At the age of 22, Alice Brady was in her first film
as the star in AS YE SOW in 1914.
In 1915, Alice Brady appeared in three films, it
was in 1916 that she was really busy with nine productions.
The 2 films that made Alice Brady a star were LA
BOHEME (1916) and BETSY ROSS (1917).
Alice Brady was able to make a smooth transition
from the silent era into the sound age of films.
In 1936, Alice was nominated for an Oscar for Best
Supporting Actress in MY MAN GODFREY.
In 1939, Alice Brady made her last film: YOUNG MR.
LINCOLN. She passed away of cancer before the film
She also received a nomination (Supporting Actress)
in 1936 for her role in: MY
Alice Brady's other films include:
WHEN LADIES MEET (1933)
BEAUTY FOR SALE (1933)
THE GAY DIVORCEE (1933)
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935
LADY TUBBS (1935)
JOY OF LIVING (1938)
YOUNG MR. LINCOLN (1939)