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Born on July 10th, 1914, in the San Joaquin Valley, California, this famous film star was christened Nancy Ann Rosher. Her father was Charles Rosher, a well-known camera-man who at one time photographed Mary Pickford's films. Nancy began her film career when nine months old, but left the screen when she was seven to be educated. When she was fifteen, she returned to the studios and adopted her present name, Joan Marsh. She specializes in tap and acrobatic dances, but she seldom displays this talent in her films, the latest of which include Rainbow Over Broadway and You're Telling Me.