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Jacqueline White in Crossfire (1947)
|Born||November 27, 1922|
|Alma mater||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Spouse(s)||Neal Bruce Anderson (1948-2000; his death); 5 children|
|Parent(s)||Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garrison White|
White is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garrison White and a cousin of former Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox. She was from Beverly Hills, California. She attended Beverly Hills High School and the University of California, Los Angeles.
White's film debut resulted from her work in a drama class at UCLA. A casting director saw her in a production of Ah, Wilderness! and arranged for a screen test for her. That led to her first film appearance, in Song of Russia (1944).
White usually played either lead actresses in B-movies or supporting parts in A-movies. She usually played the main character, and one of her biggest movies was Mystery in Mexico. White was under contract to both Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, where she was cast mostly in uncredited small roles, then RKO appearing in two classics, Crossfire and The Narrow Margin.
On November 12, 1948, White married Neal Bruce Anderson in Westwood Hills. She retired from film in 1950. She relocated to Wyoming with her husband, who started an oil business. When she returned to Los Angeles for the birth of her first child, she was spotted in the RKO commissary, visiting friends, by director Richard Fleischer and producer Stanley Rubin, who offered her a co-starring role in The Narrow Margin (1952).
Still active as of 2005, White appears occasionally at film conventions. In 2013, she made an appearance at the annual TCM Film Festival.
|1942||Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant||Telephone Operator|
|1942||Reunion in France||Danielle|
|1943||Air Raid Wardens||Peggy Parker|
|1943||Three Hearts for Julia||Kay|
|1943||That's Why I Left You||Mary Thompson|
|1943||Pilot ♯5||Party Girl|
|1943||Swing Shift Maisie||Grace|
|1943||A Guy Named Joe||Helen|
|1944||Song of Russia||Anna Bulganov|
|1944||Easy Life||Train Passenger|
|1944||Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo||Emmy York|
|1944||Dark Shadows||Nurse Jean Smith|
|1946||The Harvey Girls||Harvey Girl|
|1946||Magic on a Stick (Short)||Mrs. John Walker|
|1946||Our Old Car (Short)||Mrs. Nesbitt|
|1946||The Show-Off||Clara Harlin|
|1947||Seven Keys to Baldpate||Mary Jordan|
|1948||Return of the Bad Men||Madge Allen|
|1948||Mystery in Mexico||Victoria Ames|
|1949||Riders of the Range||Priscilla "Dusty" Willis|
|1950||The Capture||Luana Ware|
|1952||The Narrow Margin||Ann Sinclair|
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- "2013 TCM Classic Film Festival Special Guest: Jacqueline White". TCM.com. Retrieved May 5, 2018.