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Also Known As: Estelle Boylan Died: April 15, 1958
Born: May 20, 1899 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Wilmington, Delaware, USA Profession: actor, chorus girl, model, typist

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Southerner (1945) Lizzie
2.
 Bachelor Mother (1939)
3.
 The Frisco Kid (1935)
4.
 Forgotten Commandments (1932) Miriam, sister of Moses
5.
 Call Her Savage (1932) Ruth Springer
6.
 Western Limited (1932) The secretary
7.
 Street Scene (1931) Anna Maurrant
8.
 The Unholy Garden (1931) Elise Mowbry
9.
 Cimarron (1931) Dixie Lee
10.
 Liliom (1930) Madame Muskat
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Education

Sargent's Dramatic School: -

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husband:
Kenneth M Peacock. Banker. Married c. 1913, divorced.
husband:
Jack Dempsey. Professional boxer. Married 1928, divorced 1931.
husband:
Paul Small. Producer. Divorced.

Contributions

TLS ( 2006-05-03 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

A former typist, Taylor married a banker at age 14 and after leaving him, moved to New York to study dramatic acting. In the early 1920s she went to Hollywood and was noted as one of the film colony's most beautiful women. August 1926 found Estelle signing a contract with Joseph Schenck at United Artists. On December 4, 1944, Estelle spent an evening of dinner and drinks with actress Lupe Velez, and was the last person to see Velez before she committed suicide. Taylor was founder and president of California Pet Owners' Protective League and in 1953, served on the City Animal Regulation Commission.

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