Marilyn Warner ~ The Blonde Ingenue
Marilyn Warner was a silent film ingenue who had a brief acting career.
She was born Marilyn Ewing Warner in Los Angeles, California. Her family lived at 1850 Whitley Avenue, Marilyn was signed by MGM in 1924 and was promoted as a new ingenue. The lovely blonde made her film debut in Wine Of Youth directed by King Vidor. Then she appeared in Gerald Cranston’s Lady and Silk Stocking Sal (she was billed as Marylynn Warner) . She was managed by Don Meaney who also represented Juanita Hansen. In 1925 she was chosen by the Los Angeles chamber commerce to pose for a series of photos that encouraged tourism. Marilyn also made a personal appearance at the National Radio Exposition. Unfortunately her film career never took off. Her final role was in the 1925 comedy A Sporting Venus.