A child actress in the 1920s, Australia-born Constance Worth re-emerged as an ash-blonde leading lady in the early '30s. Worth worked mainly in such B-films as Columbia's Crime Doctor and Boston Blackie entries. During one of her many stopovers at Republic, she did damsel-in-distress duty in the 1943 serial G-Men vs. the Black Dragon. She retired in 1949. At one time, Constance Worth was married to film star George Brent.