(No. 18 in a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes)
Of Irish-Austrian descent, Ann Dvorak was born on August 2nd, 1912 in New York. Her real name is McKim, and she is the daughter of Anna Lehr, a famous American stage and silent screen actress. Ann began her career as a dancer and dance teacher with M.G.M. in whose films she first appeared as a dancer. For some time afterwards she did crowd work, a few larger roles, and then gained her great opportunity in Scarface, as the ill-fated sister. Her latest roles are in Massacre, with Richard Barthelmess, Heat Lightning, A Woman in Her Thirties and Midnight Alibi.