Actress Bebe Daniels was born on January 14, 1901in Dallas, Texas. She began her film career during the silent era as a child actress, and became the star of musicals such as 42nd Street (1933). She gained further fame on radio and television in Britain. In a long career, she made over 230 films. Daniels retired from Hollywood in 1935 and moved to London. On March 16, 1971, Daniels died of a cerebral hemorrhage in London. Her remains were cremated at London's Golder’s Green Crematorium and the ashes were then interred at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California.