Marjorie Gateson

Marjorie Gateson Brief Biography

Marjorie Augusta Gateson (January 17, 1891, Brooklyn, New York - April 17, 1977, New York City), was a character actress in Hollywood films of the 1930s and 1940s.

Gateson made her film debut in 1931 after a career on the stage of more than two decades, playing secondary character roles as women of wealth and breeding, who were often haughty and aloof. She is perhaps best known for her roles as the society matron who attempts to thwart Mae West's plans for social climbing in the 1935 film Goin' to Town and for a kinder socialite who Harold Lloyd teaches to box in 1934's The Milky Way. Her other films include The King's Vacation (1933) (her largest role, the female lead opposite George Arliss), Bureau of Missing Persons (1933), Private Number (1936), You'll Never Get Rich (1941), International Lady (1941), and Meet The Stewarts (1942). The size of her roles varied and occasionally she played unbilled cameo parts.

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