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Muriel Angelus (Muriel Angelus Findlay) was born on 10 March, 1909 in Lambeth, London, United Kingdom, is an English theatre actress. Discover Muriel Angelus's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Muriel Angelus networth?

Popular As Muriel Angelus Findlay
Occupation actress
Age 95 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 10 March 1909
Birthday 10 March
Birthplace Lambeth, London, United Kingdom
Date of death June 26, 2004
Died Place Harrisonburg, VA
Nationality United Kingdom

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Muriel Angelus Height, Weight & Measurements

At 95 years old, Muriel Angelus height is 5' 6" (1.68 m) .

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Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Who Is Muriel Angelus's Husband?

Her husband is Paul Lavalle (m. 1946–1997), John Stuart (m. 1928–1938)

Parents Not Available
Husband Paul Lavalle (m. 1946–1997), John Stuart (m. 1928–1938)
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Children Suzanne Lavalle

Muriel Angelus Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Muriel Angelus worth at the age of 95 years old? Muriel Angelus’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Muriel Angelus's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Source of Income Actress

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After scoring another long-running Broadway hit with "Early To Bed" in 1943, Muriel met Radio City Music Hall orchestra conductor Paul Lavalle while appearing on radio in New York and married him in 1946. She retired to raise a family in New England. They had a daughter, Suzanne, who later worked for NBC. Muriel pretty much stayed out of the limelight for the remainder of her life.


The memories are vague when it comes to recalling this London-born leading lady, but Muriel Angelus did have her moments. She managed to appear in a few classic Broadway musical shows and Hollywood films before her early retirement in the mid-1940s.

She was given the second lead in the romantic adventure Safari (1940) and appeared in her last film, Preston Sturges' classic satire The Great McGinty (1940), as Brian Donlevy's secretary.


She was quite touching as girlfriend to blind painter Ronald Colman in The Light That Failed (1939), a second remake of the Rudyard Kipling novel, and appeared to great advantage as a con-artist in The Way of All Flesh (1940).


Rodgers and Hart's classic song "Falling In Love With Love," was introduced by Muriel in the 1938 Broadway production of "The Boys From Syracuse." Much later in the 1960s she recorded her signature song along with husband/conductor Paul Lavalle in a "Tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein."


After co-starring in the crime stories Detective Lloyd (1932) and Blind Spot (1932) and the comedy Don't Be a Dummy (1932), she co-starred with British star Monty Banks in one of his farcical comedies So You Won't Talk (1935). Muriel received a career lift with the glossy musical London stage hit "Balalaika" and a chain of events happened with its success. It led to her securing the pivotal role of Adriana in "The Boys From Syracuse" and, in turn, a contract with Paramount Pictures. Divorced from Stuart by this time, Muriel settled in Hollywood and made her best known films while there.


Muriel moved into leading femme parts in sound pictures with Night Birds (1930) in which she got to sing a number, but most of her films would not usurp her musical talents.

The sweet-natured actress who played both ingenues and 'other woman' roles, went on to co-star with her husband in the romantic comedy No Exit (1930), and appeared opposite others in the Edgar Wallace crimer Red Aces (1930), the comedies Let's Love and Laugh (1931) and The Wife's Family (1931), again with her husband in Hindle Wakes (1931).


Muriel entered films toward the end of the silent era with The Ringer (1928), the first of three movie versions of the Edgar Wallace play.

Her second film Sailors Don't Care (1928) (1928) was important only in that she met her first husband, Scots-born actor John Stuart. Her part was excised from the film.

Other silents included The Infamous Lady (1928) and the German film Mascottchen (1929).


She made her West End debut in the musical production of "The Vagabond King" in 1927.


Of Scottish parentage and the daughter of a chemist, the former Muriel Findlay was born on March 10,1909. Developing a sweet-voiced soprano at an early, Muriel made her singing debut at 12, eventually changing her last name and becoming a popular music hall performer.