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  1. Estrella del cine de Hollywood de los años 20 y 30, Edith Norma Shearer nació 10 de agosto del año 1902 en la ciudad canadiense de Montreal. Era hija de un constructor de origen escocés llamado Andrew Shearer y de Edith Fisher. Tuvo un hermano llamado Douglas y una hermana de nombre Athole.

  2. Norma Shearer (1902–1983) was a Canadian American film actress who was nominated five times for an Academy Award. [1] She and her sister Athole were assisted in their pursuit of show business careers by their mother Edith Fisher Shearer.

  3. 8 de ene. de 2024 · Norma Shearer (born August 1902, Montreal, Quebec, Canada—died June 12, 1983, Woodland Hills, California, U.S.) American motion-picture actress known for her glamour, charm, sophistication, and versatility. Shearer was dubbed the “First Lady of the Screen” by MGM because of her marriage to Hollywood producer Irving G. Thalberg.

  4. Norma Shearer. Jump to Edit. Overview. Born. August 10, 1902 · Montréal, Québec, Canada. Died. June 12, 1983 · Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease) Birth name. Edith Norma Shearer. Nicknames. The First Lady of MGM. Queen Norma. Height. 5′ 1″ (1.55 m) Mini Bio. She won a beauty contest at age fourteen.

  5. Actriz de origen canadiense. Nació el 10 de agosto de 1900 Quebec, Canadá. Tras la ruina de su padre durante la primera Guerra Mundial, Norma y su familia marchan buscando fortuna a Nueva York. A los catorce años ganó un premio de belleza, más tarde trabajó como modelo publicitaria y en 1920 fue figurante para el cine.

  6. 10 de nov. de 2015 · A top movie star of the 1920s and 1930s, Norma Shearer was known as the ‘Queen of MGM.’. Contents hide. 1. Norma Shearer movies: Early ‘liberated woman’ & Best Actress Academy Award winner was the ‘Queen of MGM’. 1.1. Star of the Month. 1.2. ‘Lady of the Night’: Excellent double performance. 1.3. Lovely Heidelberg barmaid. 1.4. Creaky early talkies

  7. 14 de jun. de 1983 · Norma Shearer, one of the famed Hollywood stars of the 20's and 30's, died of bronchial pneumonia Sunday at the Motion Picture and Television Country Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif., a...