in awe of Hollywood’s vaunted star status for nearly two decades
(1924-1942). Elected several times and winner of one Academy Award,
Shearer was known for her daring girlfriend on the big screen.
Despite the fact that today Shearer is considered one of the main characters on the screen.
of their time, relatively few realize that Shearer’s distinctive strength in
films were hard work. Many fired her for her stocky figure
firm feet and rough hands.
The misalignment of her eyes made her look crossly at
deserved her ridicule of many. Be that as it may, Shearer never once allowed
analysis distracts her from looking for her acting fantasies. With
pure confidence and will, she remained unwavering against judgment
others and constantly worked on her acting skills.
In 1921, she received great film success. … Soon after leaving an imprint in
Silent films, Shearer wandered into the early sound films with spirit. it
sang hits after hits under MGM. Norma Shearer was born in August
January 10, 1902 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Andrew Shearer and Edith Fisher.
Shearer. Her father demanded a development business.
Young Shearer’s ultimate fate was sealed when she saw vaudeville.
show in celebration of her ninth birthday. She was so intrigued and fascinated
a show that she decided to turn into an on-screen character. Wildly
longing, she wanted to control all her physical disabilities (stocky figure,
solid legs, rough hands and broad shoulders) turn into a star.
Despite the fact that Shearer came from a wealthy family, her sudden breakup
dad’s business in 1918 forced the harvesters to move to a dirty place in
Montreal. Circumstances escalated when her mother isolated and took the young
Norma and her sister to New York.