|BARBARA STANWYCK'S RADIO PAGE
|Barbara Stanwyck (birth name was Ruby Catherine Stevens)
was born in Brooklyn, NY, on July 16, 1907. Ms. Stanwyck lost
both of her parents when she was just four years old. As a
result, she lived with an elder sister for awhile. Then she was
placed in various foster homes until she ran away at age
fourteen. She began working at the ripe old age of 14 and
began supporting herself.
Ms. Stanwyck eventually became one of the finest American
movie actresses of all time. She starred in movie classics,
such as Meet John Doe and The Lady Eve. She was great in
both dramatic and comedic roles.
Beginning in the 1930s, Ms. Stanwyck began acting on radio
programs, such as Lux Radio Theatre and The Screen Guild
Theatre. She continued to appear on radio programs in the
1940s and 50s.
Ms. Stanwyck also appeared on radio shows, such as Family
Theatre, Suspense, Hallmark Playhouse, Hollywood Star
Playhouse, The Jack Benny Program, and Screen Director's
Barbara Stanwyck (Ruby Stevens) overcame a great deal of
hardship in her life. She became an accomplished actress in
various mediums, including television. I'm sure her parents
would have been very proud!
|LUX RADIO THEATRE RADIO APPEARANCES
|SCREEN GUILD THEATRE RADIO APPEARANCES
|THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM APPEARANCES
|SCREEN DIRECTOR'S PLAYHOUSE APPEARANCES
|VARIOUS RADIO PROGRAM APPEARANCES