New York socialite and model. Glamour photographs of her so enticed a Paramount Pictures executive that she landed a contract without having to do a screen test. Essentially played herself on screen, bedecked in furs, satin and jewelry. In 1934 she filed for a $9,053 tax allowance for wardrobe expenses (today's equivalent of $146,000). Her most memorable performance was as the charming princess in You're Telling Me! (1934) with W.C. Fields.
Sister of actress Gladys MacClure.