Barbara Pepper

Barbara Pepper
Barbara Pepper

Barbara Pepper

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Birthday: May 31, 1915 (54 years) Died: July 18, 1969 (53 years Ago)

HomeTown: New York City, New York, United States

Barbara Pepper’s signature roles were as worldly “dames” during the Hollywood’s 1930s and 1940s Golden Era, fitting snugly alongside other flashy broads of that period such as Iris Adrian, Joan Blondell and Veda Ann Borg. Barbara patented her own unique, hard-boiled style, however, and should have gone further than she did. Most people who remember this fine character actress today as Doris Ziffel, the shrill, slovenly barnyard neighbor of Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor on TV’s highly popular bucolic Green Acres (1965) series, will find it almost impossible to visualize the hefty, porcine-like actress from that sitcom as a blue-eyed, platinum-blonde knockout and former Ziegfeld/Goldwyn Girl way back when.Barbara was born Marion Pepper in New York City in 1915. By age 16, her mind was already set for a show biz career. Within a short time, and against her parents’ wishes, she nabbed a show girl spot in Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.’s Follies and changed her first name to Barbara. Here is where she met fellow chorine Lucille Ball and the two became lifetime, dedicated friends. After appearing as a member of the “George White’s Scandals” on Broadway, Barbara soon integrated radio and film work as well, paying her dues primarily in bit parts as saloon girls, clerks, chippies, and the like. Her film debut was as a slave girl extra (along with Lucy) in Eddie Cantor’s Roman Scandals (1933). A couple of movies gave her the chance for brassy stardom, including El pan nuestro de cada día (1934) as a floozie named Sally, and a love interest role opposite comedian Bert Wheeler (of Wheeler and Woolsey) in Mummy’s Boys (1936), but the roles were basically one-dimensional and she remained in the secondary ranks for the rest of her career. Her father, Dave Pepper, a non-professional, put together a brief, minor character career when he visited his daughter on the film set of Wanted! Jane Turner (1936) and was cast by director Edward Killy in the unbilled role of a detective. Father and daughter both also appeared in another movie the following year: The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937).Trained by acting guru Maria Ouspenskaya at one stage, she married actor Craig Reynolds (ne Harold Hugh Enfield) in 1943 and the marriage proved a loving one despite later financial hardships when both could only find sporadic work. On stage in 1944, they appeared together in a modern version of “Lady Chatterly’s Lover” at the Geary Theater in San Francisco. Barbara Pepper was born on May 31, 1915 in New York City, United States. Barbara Pepper died on July 18, 1969 at the age of 54 years. Check below for more deets about Barbara Pepper. This page will put a light upon the Barbara Pepper bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, affairs, controversies, caste, height, weight, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Barbara Pepper
Real Name Barbara Pepper
Profession(s) Actress, Musician,
Birthday May 31, 1915
Death Died on (53 years ago) (Age: 54 years)
Gender Female
Birthplace New York City, United States
Hometown New York City, New York, United States
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Food Habit Non-Vegetarian

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Barbara Pepper was born on May 31, 1915 in New York City, United States. Barbara Pepper died on July 18, 1969 at the age of 54 years.

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  • Barbara Pepper was born in New York City, United States.
  • Barbara Pepper’s signature roles were as worldly “dames” during the Hollywood’s 1930s and 1940s Golden Era, fitting snugly alongside other flashy broads of that period such as Iris Adrian, Joan Blondell and Veda Ann Borg. Barbara patented her own unique, hard-boiled style, however, and should have gone further than she did. Most people who remember this fine character actress today as Doris Ziffel, the shrill, slovenly barnyard neighbor of Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor on TV’s highly popular bucolic Green Acres (1965) series, will find it almost impossible to visualize the hefty, porcine-like actress from that sitcom as a blue-eyed, platinum-blonde knockout and former Ziegfeld/Goldwyn Girl way back when.Barbara was born Marion Pepper in New York City in 1915. By age 16, her mind was already set for a show biz career. Within a short time, and against her parents’ wishes, she nabbed a show girl spot in Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.’s Follies and changed her first name to Barbara. Here is where she met fellow chorine Lucille Ball and the two became lifetime, dedicated friends. After appearing as a member of the “George White’s Scandals” on Broadway, Barbara soon integrated radio and film work as well, paying her dues primarily in bit parts as saloon girls, clerks, chippies, and the like. Her film debut was as a slave girl extra (along with Lucy) in Eddie Cantor’s Roman Scandals (1933). A couple of movies gave her the chance for brassy stardom, including El pan nuestro de cada día (1934) as a floozie named Sally, and a love interest role opposite comedian Bert Wheeler (of Wheeler and Woolsey) in Mummy’s Boys (1936), but the roles were basically one-dimensional and she remained in the secondary ranks for the rest of her career. Her father, Dave Pepper, a non-professional, put together a brief, minor character career when he visited his daughter on the film set of Wanted! Jane Turner (1936) and was cast by director Edward Killy in the unbilled role of a detective. Father and daughter both also appeared in another movie the following year: The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937).Trained by acting guru Maria Ouspenskaya at one stage, she married actor Craig Reynolds (ne Harold Hugh Enfield) in 1943 and the marriage proved a loving one despite later financial hardships when both could only find sporadic work. On stage in 1944, they appeared together in a modern version of “Lady Chatterly’s Lover” at the Geary Theater in San Francisco.

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