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Mrs. Nancy Davis Reagan

06 Jul 1921 - 06 Mar 2016

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  • Name: Mrs. Nancy Davis Reagan
  • Date of Birth: 06 Jul 1921
  • Passed Away On: 06 Mar 2016
  • Religion: christian
  • Location: New York City , New York
  • Address: New York City, New York

Life Summary

The former First lady of United States, Nancy Davis Reagan passed away on 6th March, 2016. She breathed her last at her Los Angeles home due to congestive heart failure. Nancy’s identity was not just limited to Ronald Reagan’s wife. She was also a well known Hollywood actress. New York born Nancy worked as a sales clerk after completing her college. It was with the help of her mother’s friends that she easily seeped into the field of acting and got a break. Nancy will be remembered for his roles in films like, The Doctor and the Girl; East Side, West Side; Night into Morning.

Biography

The actress met Ronald Reagan when her career was at stake as her name was noticed in the blacklist. The list was that of Hollywood stars who are communist or are linked with the same. She was not a communist and was not linked with any such organization. It was some other woman with the same name. She met Ronald for some help in that regard but they fell in love and got married in 1952. She engaged herself in the household chores but continued acting occasionally.

She also published several books like, My Turn: The Memoirs of Nancy Reagan, I Love You Ronnie: The Letters of Ronald Reagan to Nancy Reagan and Entertaining at the White House.

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Children: Patti Davis and Ron Reagan

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