1930s "nice girl" actress
New York City
Died in 1981, at age 72
Lovely Madge Evans was the perennial nice girl in films of the 1930's. By then, she had been in front of the camera for many years, starting with Fairy Soap commercials at the age of two. Her pleasing looks and personality soon attracted the attention of Hollywood and she was eventually signed by MGM in 1931. During the next decade, she appeared in several A-grade productions as 'typical American girl' roles that did not allow her to express aspects of the greater acting range she possessed.
Enjoy photos and movies from her younger acting days from 1927 to 1944