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Also Known As: Died: June 11, 1966
Born: November 8, 1884 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Champaign, Illinois, USA Profession: actor

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This stock actress entered the movies in 1909, appearing in such films as "Risky Business", "Sunny Side Up", "The Princess on Broadway", "Mother Machree", "The Buccaneer" and "Cocoanut Grove". She wed director Joseph Kaufman in 1915, but he died of influenza that same year. Her marriage to actor Ian Keith lasted five years. Clayton retired during the early talkie era.

This stock actress entered the movies in 1909, appearing in such films as "Risky Business", "Sunny Side Up", "The Princess on Broadway", "Mother Machree", "The Buccaneer" and "Cocoanut Grove". She wed director Joseph Kaufman in 1915, but he died of influenza that same year. Her marriage to actor Ian Keith lasted five years. Clayton retired during the early talkie era.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Perils of Pauline (1947) Lady Montague
2.
 The Blue Dahlia (1946)
4.
 Lady Bodyguard (1943)
5.
 Dixie (1943)
6.
 True to Life (1943)
7.
 Lucky Jordan (1942)
10.
 West Point Widow (1941) Nurse
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husband:
Joseph Kaufman. Director. Died of flu after several months of marriage in 1915.
husband:
Ian Keith. Actor. Divorced after five years.

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brother:
Donald Clayton Bloom. Died 1964.

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ethel clayton was her stage name . Her birth name was Alice Spade and she was born in Bayside NY. She was my great aunt

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