Jeanette Loff was a popular 1920s actress known for her lovely soprano voice. She appeared in more than a dozen films but never became a major star. Her life came to a tragic end when she was just thirty-five years old.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Jeanette and Buddy Rogers
In the Spring of 1932 actor Buddy Rogers asked Jeanette to join his newly formed orchestra. She spent several months touring the country and getting rave reviews as the lead vocalist.