9 Facts About Mary Nolan

1. On October 31, 1948, Mary Nolan was found dead in her Hollywood apartment at the age of 45.

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2. In her suit, Mary Nolan claimed the two had lived together at the Ambassador Hotel from 1927 to 1931, and that Mannix frequently beat her and used his considerable influence to ruin her career.

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3. In July 1935, Mary Nolan made news again when she filed a lawsuit against her former lover, M-G-M studio executive and producer Eddie Mannix.

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4. Over the course of her career, Mary Nolan had several run-ins with police.

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5. While in Germany, Mary Nolan performed under the name "Imogene Robertson".

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6. On September 20, 1924, Mary Nolan set sail for France where she was scheduled to appear in vaudeville.

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7. On May 24, 1924, Tinney and Mary Nolan got into a physical altercation in her apartment after he awoke to find her alone with a male reporter.

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8. While working in the Follies, Mary Nolan began a tumultuous and highly publicized affair with blackface comedian and actor Frank Tinney.

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9. While working as a model, Mary Nolan was discovered by Florenz Ziegfeld who hired her as a dancer in his Ziegfeld Follies.

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