|Also Known As: ||
||September 14, 1984
||October 6, 1906
||Cause of Death:
||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Raised in Pennsylvania and Maryland
After parents' divorce, moved to Chicago with mother and older sister
When mother remarried, relocated to San Francisco
Screen debut as an extra in "All Wet"
Began screen acting career; appeared in such films as "The Midnight Kiss", "The Blue Eagle", "The Shamrock Handicap" and "The Johnstown Flood", often paired with Pee Wee Holmes and Ben Corbett or Edmund Cobb
First film with Charles Farrell, "Seventh Heaven"
Last film with Farrell, "Change of Heart"
Last film for nearly two decades, "The Young in Heart"
Acted on TV in such anthology drama shows as "Lux Video Theater" and "Chrysler Medallion Theater"; also filmed a pilot in the later 50s for "The Janet Gaynor Show"
One-shot return to films in "Bernardine"
Exhibited paintings in New York
Severely injured in a car accident; broke 11 ribs, her pelvis and collarbone; reportedly never fully recovered