Madeleine Carroll (1906-1987) – She was born and raised in England and went to America on behalf of her career. She defined her father who wanted her to be a french teacher and became an actress. Madeleine is known from “The guns of Loos” (her first movie, 1928), “Escape!” (1930), “The 35 steps” (1935), “Secret Agent” (1936) and “The Fan” (her last movie, 1949). Her sister got killed in a bomb raid against London in 1940 and after that Madeleine worked as a red cross nurse. She got married (and divorced) four times, she never had children.