February 21, 1921|
Omaha, Nebraska, U.S
|Died||October 29, 1995
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||John Stockton (1944-?)|
Her most remembered role is likely from the classic 1944 crime drama Double Indemnity, in which she played Lola Dietrichson, a young woman convinced that her stepmother Phyllis (Barbara Stanwyck) is responsible for the murder of Lola's father.
Heather attended Oregon State University, 1940-41. She transferred to the University of Washington in 1942 and early in the war was named "Canteen Dream Girl of the Northwest," by Marine, Navy, Army and Coast Guard camps in Washington state.
|1949||Red Stallion in the Rockies||Cynthia "Cindy" Smith||Ralph Murphy|
|1947||The Last Round-up||Carol Taylor||John English|
|1946||The Well-Groomed Bride||Wickley||Sidney Lanfield|
|1945||Murder, He Says||Elany Fleagle||George Marshall|
|1944||National Barn Dance||Betty||Hugh Bennett|
|1944||Our Hearts Were Young and Gay||Frances Smithers||Lewis Allen|
|1944||Going My Way||Carol James||Leo McCarey|
|1944||Double Indemnity||Lola Dietrichson||Billy Wilder|
- Jean Heather at the Internet Movie Database
- Jean Heather at the TCM Movie Database
- Jean Heather at AllMovie
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