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|Born||June 6, 1898|
|Died||March 31, 1973|
Los Angeles, California
|Years active||1935–1938 (film)|
Grace Neville was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Benjamin Neville and Helen Turnell. She was added to the scenario department at Columbia Pictures in 1935. She later served as an officer in the Hollywood Studio Club, which aimed to prepare women for careers in the film industry. Neville — who never married — died in West Hollywood, where she resided, in 1973.
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