Margaret Brooke Sullavan (May 16, 1909 – January 1, 1960) was an American actress of stage and film.. Sullavan began her career onstage in 1929. In 1933, she caught the attention of film director John M. Stahl and had her debut on the screen that same year in Only Yesterday.
Born in Norfolk, Virginia to wealthy stockbroker Cornelius Hancock Sullavan and heiress Garland Council Sullavan, Margaret Brooke overcame a muscle weakness in her childhood to go on to become a rebellious teenager at posh private schools.
Margaret Sullavan - Death Death On January 1, 1960, at about 5:30 p.m., Sullavan was found in bed, barely alive and unconscious, in a hotel room in New Haven, Connecticut.
Margaret Sullavan took Jimmy Stewart under her wing and made him a better actor. Such overall great performances by everyone in this film. This is Hollywood at its best as they took on the subject of fascism and handled with class and nobility. The movie is so timely considering what is happening in our world and country at present.
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Margaret Sullavan died of an accidental drug overdose on January 1, 1960. Nine months later, on October 17, 1960, Hayward's younger sister Bridget was found dead of a drug overdose in her apartment in New York City. Bridget left what was described as an "incoherent note", the contents of which never were made public.
Universal placed an ad in movie industry Trade Papers in early 1936 promoting Carl Laemmle's 30th Anniversary Celebration. The ad included a list of planned productions for 1936. One listed title was "Strangers At the Feast", to star Margaret Sullavan.