Richard Arlen
(Movies & TV)
Eleanor Boardman
(Movies & TV)
Ethel Shannon
(Movies & TV)
El Brendel
(Movies & TV)
Dorothy Devore
(Movies & TV)
Betty Francisco
(Movies & TV)
Helen Lynch
(Movies & TV)

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Jobyna Ralston

Knowledge Identifier: +Jobyna_Ralston


Jobyna Ralston

American stage and film actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1899.

Countries: United States (82%), United Kingdom (6%), California (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Richard Arlen, Eleanor Boardman, Ethel Shannon

Linked to: The College Coquette




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Jobyna Ralston was born in 1899 add something


Around 1915, Ralston attended acting school in New York add something


She abandoned the stage for the screen in 1922 when her mother's health began to decline, and she needed to make more money to help pay the medical bills add something


In 1923 she was named by the film industry as one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars add something


Ethel Shannon - Shannon was chosen as one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1923, along with Eleanor Boardman, Evelyn Brent, Dorothy Devore Virginia Browne Faire, Betty Francisco, Pauline Garon, Kathleen Key, Laura La Plante, Margaret Leahy, Helen Lynch, Derelys Perdue, and Jobyna Ralston


Ralston was married twice, the first time to childhood beau John Campbell, the second in 1927 to actor Richard Arlen, whom she had met on the set of "Wings" add something


Richard Arlen - Arlen is best known for his role as a pilot in the Academy *award-winning "Wings" with Clara Bow, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Gary Cooper, El Brendel, and his first wife, Jobyna Ralston, whom he married in 1927


They had one child, actor Richard Arlen, Jr. Ralston and Arlen divorced in 1945 add something


She died in 1967 from pneumonia at the Motion Picture Country Home in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California add something

Jobyna Ralston died in 1967 add something