Family moved from Ontario, Canada to Denver, CO while Prevost was still very young
Moved to Los Angeles with her mother and sister after the death of her father
Worked briefly as a stenographer before she began working in films
Began career in films as a bathing beauty in Mack Sennett comedy shorts; soon promoted to leading lady
Left Sennett Studios; signed by Universal
First film for Warner Bros., "The Beautiful and the Damned", based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
Made first film opposite Monte Blue at Warner Bros., "Brass"
Starred in three films directed by Ernst Lubitsch: "The Marriage Circle" (1924), "Three Women" (1924) and "Kiss Me Again" (1925)
Signed with Producers Releasing Corporation; made the first of six films directed by E. Mason Hopper; also began making a series of six films co-starring silent screen actor Harrison Ford
Began playing almost exclusively supporting roles in features including "Paid" and "Ladies of Leisure"
With less and less work coming in, Prevost sold her Malibu home and moved into a small apartment located at 6230 Afton Place, near Sunset Blvd. in the middle of Hollywood (date approximate)
Last film, "Cain and Mabel"; played a bit part