Margaret Hayes

About Margaret Hayes

Who is it?: Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day: December 05, 1916
Birth Place:  Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Died On: January 26, 1977(1977-01-26) (aged 60)\nMiami Beach, Florida, U.S.
Birth Sign: Capricorn
Cause of death: Liver cancer and hepatitis
Other names: Margaret Hayes Dana Dale Dana Edwards
Alma mater: Johns Hopkins University
Occupation: Actress
Years active: 1939–1964
Home town: Baltimore, Maryland
Spouse(s): Charles DeBuskey (m. 193?; div. 1939) Leif Erickson (m. 1942; div. 1942) Herbert B. Swope Jr. (m. 1947; div. 1973)
Children: 3

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Margaret Hayes was born on December 05, 1916 in  Baltimore, Maryland, United States, is Actress, Miscellaneous Crew. Auburn-haired Margaret 'Maggie' Hayes made her Broadway debut in 1940 and was signed by Paramount the following year. She generally played second leads, often as 'the other woman', but was never quite fulfilled in her profession. Instead, she pursued diverse other career paths outside of acting, both in between performing, and after her retirement in 1962: as fashion designer, model, owner of a boutique in Palm Beach and designing/selling jewelry in New York. She even worked for a while as a public relations executive for luxury goods department store Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. In the late 40's, she became fashion editor for 'Life Magazine', before returning to the New York stage and acting in television where she had some of her best roles.
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💰Margaret Hayes Net worth: $5 Million

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Hayes had her first child, a daughter Nan (born 1937), from her brief first marriage to Charles DeBuskey. The couple divorced in 1939, and Hayes subsequently married actor Leif Erickson on June 12, 1942, eloping with him to Minden, Nevada. They separated 28 days later, and Hayes received a divorce on October 2, 1942.


After marrying Herbert Bayard Swope in 1946, Hayes temporarily retired from acting and turned to journalism, eventually becoming assistant fashion Editor for Life magazine.


She married a third time, to Producer Herbert B. Swope, Jr. (son of triple Pulitzer Prize for Reporting Journalist Herbert Swope), in 1947. The couple had a daughter, Actress Tracy Brooks Swope (born 1953), and a son, Herbert Swope III. She and Swope divorced in 1973.


Hayes was often billed as Maggie Hayes in her film credits. She is perhaps best known for her role as Lois Judby Hammond in the 1955 film Blackboard Jungle, which starred Glenn Ford. In 1956, she guest-starred as Dora Hand in three episodes of The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. She appeared in the episode "The San Saba Incident" (October 18, 1957) of Trackdown, playing a female convict, named Abby Lindon.


Hayes' films included The Glass Key, Sullivan's Travels and Good Day for a Hanging. In 1958, in the film Damn Citizen, Hayes appeared opposite Keith Andes in the role of a real person, Dorothy Maguire Grevemberg, the wife of the crusading Louisiana State Police superintendent Francis Grevemberg. She made four guest appearances on CBS's Perry Mason. In 1961, she portrayed the part of Mrs. North in the episode "Incident of the Night on the Town" on CBS"s Rawhide.


Hayes died January 25, 1977, aged 60, in Mount Sinai Medical Center & Miami Heart Institute in Miami Beach, Florida from liver cancer and hepatitis.