Josephine Lovett was an American scenario writer, adapter, screenwriter and actress, active in films from 1916 to 1935. She was married to Canadian-born director, John Stewart Robertson. She is best known for her then-risqué film Our Dancing Daughters in 1928. Her screenplays typically included a heroine who was oftentimes economically and sexually independent.
|Born:||Oct 21, 1877, San Francisco, California, USA|
|Died:||Sept 17, 1958, Rancho Santa Fe, California, USA|
|Occupation:||Scenario writer, adapter, screenwriter, and actress|
|IMDb:||Josephine Lovett’s IMDb|
About Josephine Lovett
Oscar-winning screenwriter who is best known for her film, Our Dancing Daughters.
She was born in San Francisco, CA.
Her first film Love’s Boomerang came out in 1922.
She was married to director John S. Robertson.
Hattie McDaniel may have been the first African-American woman to win an Oscar, but she was the recipient of a nomination at the 2nd annual awards show.
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