Marjorie Hoshelle Net Worth (2022): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Full Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On April 8th, 2022

Marjorie Hoshelle was an American actress of the 1940s. She was famous for her roles as Ann Dawson in Cloak and the Dagger and Stg. Ramsey in Women at War. She has never disclosed her net worth.

Marjorie Hoshelle's Net Worth

As of 2022, Marjorie Hoshelle's net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

Net Worth$4 million
Given NameMarjorie Leah Hoshelle
Famous NameMarjorie Hoshelle
Source(s) of FameActress
Date of BirthJanuary 7, 1918
Place of BirthChicago, Illinois, United States
Age At Death71
Date of DeathApril 5, 1989
Cause of DeathUnknown Reasons
Height6'0"
RelationshipsDivorced, Jeff Chandler, (1946 - 1954)

Early Life

Marjorie Hoshelle opened her eyes on the 7th of January, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. His father’s name was Norman Hoshell. Her mother’s name was Leah Hoshell. She is accredited by the Art Institute of Chicago and UCLA.

There is no information available on any authentic website about her childhood and upbringing.

Career Highlights

Marjorie Hoshelle caught the attention of a talent spotter while she was playing the role of Juliet in a theatrical performance of Romeo and Juliet. She began her career with a few uncredited performances in Air Force and Thank Your Lucky Stars in 1943. The same year, she got her major film role of Stg. Ramsey in a short movie Women at War. She then appeared as Pandora Pines in Find the Blackmailer. The same year, she got the role of Margaret Kemp in Old Acquaintance. In 1944, Hoshelle was seen in the comedy film Make Your Own Bed as Elsa Wehmer. The same year, she acted in the role of Anna Bulic in The Mask of Dimitrios.

In 1945, she appeared as Shella Edward in The Strange Mr. Gregory. The same year, she played the role of Donna Corbett in Black Market Babies. She was then seen as Countess Irena in The Red Dragon. In 1946, she played Illa Baronova in One More Tomorrow. Later, she acted as Mae Bishop in Behind the Mask. She then played Helen Porter in Blonde for a Day. She appeared as Ann Dawson in the adventurous romantic movie Cloak and the Dagger.

In 1948, she acted as Alice Ashley in the crime movie Bungalow 13. 1n 1950, she played the role of Mathilda Early in a comedy movie titled, Riding High. In 1953, she appeared in an episode of the television series titled, The Files of Jeffery Jones. In 1953, she made her last appearance as Kay Prentiss in Dangerous Crossing. She ended her acting career officially in 1954.

Personal Life 

Marjorie Hoshelle tied the knot with actor and singer, Jeff Chandler in 1946. Jeff Chandler’s real name was Ira Grossel. The couple had two daughters namely, Danna Grossel and Jamie Tucker. Danna Grossel became an artist.

Hoshelle and Jeff got separated from each other in 1951 but officially announced divorce in 1954. Unfortunately, her ex-husband and her daughters are dead now.

Social Media


Marjorie Hoshelle is not active on social media platforms. She does not have active Instagram or Twitter accounts. Hoshelle was an actress in the 1940s mainly. At that time, the sources or platforms to communicate with fans were newspapers, television, and radio.

Death

Marjorie Hoshelle died in Los Angeles, California, the United States of America on the 5th of April 1989. The exact cause of her death is not known. However, she was 71 years when she died.

Summary

Marjorie Hoshelle was a versatile actress of her time. She played all sorts of roles including comedy, thriller, romance, and adventure. She will always keep ruling the hearts of her fans even after her death. Her net worth is $4 million.

Marjorie Hoshelle has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Christopher Reid, Nicholas Bond-Owen, Michael T. Weiss, Mike Minor, Sue Ane Langdon, Ramon Estevez, Vincent Klyn, Kim Kang-hoon, and Ji Min Hyuk.