|Born||Claudeigh Louise Wuppermann
June 12, 1911
Brooklyn, New York
|Died||September 17, 1974
New York City
|Parent(s)||Ralph Morgan and Grace Arnold|
Claudia Morgan (June 12, 1911 – September 17, 1974) was an American film, television and radio actress. She was best known for playing the role of Vera Claythorne in the first Broadway production of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians and for her portrayal of Nora Charles on the 1940s radio series, The Adventures of the Thin Man.
Born in Brooklyn, New York as Claudeigh Louise Wuppermann, she was the daughter of actors Ralph Morgan and Grace Arnold and the niece of actor Frank Morgan. She was married to radio announcer and actor Ernest Chappell, and performed with him on the late 1940s radio program, "Quiet Please." Her first film role was in 1932, and her last performance was a small role in The World of Henry Orient (1964). She died in New York City in 1974, aged 63, from undisclosed causes.