Jill Dennett

Jill Dennett was a motion picture actress in Hollywood movies for a decade, beginning in 1932. She accumulated more than twenty screen credits, all of them in uncredited roles. She was an attractive redhead who was also a talented dancer and singer. Dennett was the daughter of comedy star Dave Kramer of the Kramer & Boyle act. In 1931 her eyes were insured by Lloyd's of London for $100,000. After a small part in Union Station (1932), Dennett appeared with her father on stage at the Hillstreet Theater in Los Angeles, California. Earlier she had established herself as a favorite on the vaudeville circuit. After playing Daisy, the girl of the pavements in Union Station, she was given a contract for two additional films by Warner Bros.. She next depicted an ingenue (stock character) in the The Tinsel Girl (1932), a film directed by Michael Curtiz. This was followed by her portrayal of Tart in Two Seconds (1932). This screen crime drama starred Edward G. Robinson and was directed by Mervyn Leroy.


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