|Occupation Child actress|
Years active 1932-1945
|Name Cora Collins|
|Born April 19, 1927 (age 88) (1927-04-19) Beckley, West Virginia, U.S.|
Movies The Scarlet Letter, The Sin of Nora Moran, Little Men, Harmony Lane, The Mysterious Rider
Similar People John Farrow, Louis J Gasnier, Phil Rosen, John M Stahl, Charles Lamont
Interview with Cora Sue Collins
Cora Sue Collins (born April 19, 1927) is an American former child actress.
Cora Sue Collins was born on April 19, 1927 in Beckley, West Virginia. In 1932, she made her acting debut in The Unexpected Father at the age of five.
Collins continued to appear in numerous films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, such as Queen Christina , Anna Karenina and All This, and Heaven Too. She made her last movie in 1945, when she retired from show business at the age of 18. In total, she had 47 credits to her name.
Around 1944, she married a rich rancher from Nevada named Ivan Stauffer. In 1960, robbers stole two mink coats from her home while she was on vacation. Around 1961, she married James Morgan Cox. In a 1996 article, she was referred to as 'Susie Nace' and resided in Phoenix, Arizona. Her husband at the time was theatre owner Harry Nace. He died in June 2002 at the age of 87.