Lois Moran was born (1909) and raised in Pennsylvania, but her acting career began in France, where she appeared in two films before she was discovered by American producer Sam Goldwyn. He was traveling in Europe in hopes of finding a girl to play Juliet in a film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, decided to make Stella Dallas instead and cast Moran as Laurel. She made a number of films in the late 1920s before embarking on a stage career in the early 1930s. Despite the fact that her films have been largely forgotten, Lois Moran has been immortalized as the supreme ingénue in American literature; she was F. Scott Fitzgerald's inspiration for Rosemary, the beautiful young actress in Tender is the Night. Fitzgerald, with whom Moran was at one time romantically involved, provides an exact portrait of Moran in the first pages of the novel, in his description of Rosemary as she arrives with her mother on the French Riviera. She died in 1990 - Kit: "Fall buzz tagger" by Lorene Hill (Lorene Digital Diva)
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