Jeanette Loff's Story

"I don't think there is much of a story in me. I haven't had any strange or remarkable experiences. I haven't done anything startling." ~ Jeanette

Jeanette Loff was a beautiful and talented actress who almost became a Hollywood superstar. She was born Jeanette Clarinda Loff on October 9, 1906 in Orofino, Idaho. Her Danish father Maurice was a farmer who dreamed of becoming a professional violinist. Jeanette's mother Inga Loseth was a housewife. She had three younger sisters and a younger brother. When Jeanette was a child her family lived in Wadena, Canada and Beltrami, Minnesota. Tragedy struck in 1909 when her baby sister Evelyn died suddenly. At the age of eleven Jeanette made her acting debut in the play Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs. A few years later her family moved to Lewiston, Idaho where she attended Lewiston High School. She had a lovely soprano voice and when she was sixteen she starred in the operetta Treasure Hunters. In 1923 she moved with her…

King Of Jazz (1930)

Happy Thanksgiving

Jeanette and Buddy Rogers

Jeanette's Marriage To Bert E. Friedlob

Quotes From Jeanette

Jeanette's Family

Jeanette's Death

Merry Christmas

Magazine Covers

Happy Easter

Jeanette's Movies

1930 Article From Universal Weekly


Jeanette's Songs

Jeanette Posed Nude!

Magazine Clippings

1930 Article ~ Yes Yes Jeanette!

1929 Article ~ The All-Star Blonde

1930 Article ~ Loff Conquers All

1930 Article ~ A Blonde Old Fashioned

1928 Article ~ Tagged For Glory