Martha Sleeper

Biography

Martha Sleeper (June 24, 1910 – March 25, 1983) was a film actress of the 1920s–1930s and, later, a Broadway stage actress. She studied dancing for five years with Russian ballet master, Louis H. Chalif, at his New York dancing studio. Her first public exhibitions were at Carnegie Hall at his class...

12 titles Acting

7.4

The Bells of St. Mary's

1945 · Mary Gallagher

6.4

Rhythm on the Range

1936 · Constance Hyde

5.7

Four Days Wonder

1936 · Nancy Fairbrother

6.6

The Scoundrel

1935 · Julia Vivian

6.0

Great God Gold

1935 · Marcia Harper

5.5

Spitfire

1934 · Eleanor Stafford

7.2

West of the Pecos

1934 · Ril Lambeth

4.8

Tomorrow's Youth

1934 · Ellen Hall

7.1

Midnight Mary

1933 · Barbara Mannering

6.0

Broken Dreams

1933 · Martha Morley

6.7

The Secret of Madame Blanche

1933 · Chorus Girl Who Hears 'My Country Tis of Thee'

6.9

Penthouse

1933 · Sue Leonard

5.8

Huddle

1932 · Barbara

6.6

Ten Cents a Dance

1931 · Nancy Clark

5.8

Girls Demand Excitement

1931 · Harriet Mundy

6.2

Confessions of a Co-Ed

1931 · Lucille

7.0

A Tailor-Made Man

1931 · Corrine

5.7

Our Blushing Brides

1930 · Evelyn Woodforth

6.6

Madam Satan

1930 · Fish Girl

6.2

War Nurse

1930 · Helen

Taxi 13

1928 · Flora Mactavish

4.2

Say It with Babies

1926 · Hector's Wife

6.7

Sure-Mike!

1925 · Vermuda