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Dunn's first venture into entertainment came at age 14 when she became a member of the chorus at the Winter Garden Theatre. Rather than return to school, she continued in her career, appearing in almost 20 productions, including the Ziegfeld Follies. Her Broadway credits include Between Two Worlds (1934), Take a Chance (1932), Pickwick (1927), and Dear Sir (1924).
In 1925, Dunn married William P. Cameron in Elkton, Maryland. He was a contracting engineer. They were divorced in 1928. She married Clyde Greathouse, an official of an oil company, in Los Angeles on January 10, 1931, and they were divorced on October 26, 1931. On January 6, 1933, in Great Neck, New York, she married Eugene J. Lewis, whom she divorced in 1935 to marry Carroll Case, whose father Frank Case owned the Algonquin Hotel in New York City, which housed the now famous "Algonquin Round Table". She retired from acting in 1938, and remained with Case for the remainder of his life, until he died in 1978.