The Original "IT" Girl Of The 1920s
Life and Accomplishments
Louise Brooks was born November 14, 1906 and was a sensational actress and dancer. Louise took parts in movies, both American and European films. Two of her films included Pandora's Box and Diary of a Lost Girl. Along with these she had been in seventeen silent films and eight sound films. She had also created the "flapper girl" movement and the popularisation of the bob hair cut. In 1935 she had retired, and in 1982 she had written her memoir Lulu in Hollywood. Just three years late Louise died of a heat attack at 78. Her memory still lives on in her movies and her fans.