Mary Ann Jackson

Mary Ann Jackson was born on January 14, 1923. She was one of the earliest child stars of the twenties and thirties. Although she was better known as one of the child performers from the famed “Our Gang” comedies that are still popular today, Mary Ann began her film career at the age of four in 1927’s “Smith’s Pony.” Although she didn’t make any full length motion pictures during 1928, Mary Ann more than made up for it the following year when she appeared in six major pictures such as “Bouncing Babies” and “Lazy Days.” After eight films in 1930 and six in 1931, Mary Ann left the film world after “Little Daddy” at the age of eight.

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