|Also Known As: ||
||January 13, 1958
||October 21, 1895
||Cause of Death:
||Paradise Valley, Nevada, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Moved to San Francisco, California
Feature acting debut in Charlie Chaplin's, "A Night Out"; signed with Essanay
Co-starred in Chaplin's "The Tramp"
Moved with Chaplin to Lone Star Mutual
Followed Charlie Chaplin to First National
Had final comedy teaming with Chaplin in "The Pilgrim"
Undertook dramatic role in Chaplin film "A Woman of Paris"; final starring role
Chaplin refused to release Josef Von Sternberg's "A Woman of the Sea", in which she starred and which Chaplin had produced; reportedly the negative was destroyed in 1933 at Chaplin's behest
"Retired" from filmmaking