Grace Goodall was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1908, she made her Broadway debut. In 1920, she made an early screen appearance in "The Easy Road." In 1935, she made an appearance in "Pop Goes The Easel," the first of several Three Stooges comedies in which she would feature. Goodall began her career with a role in "The Opening Night" (1927). Goodall began to focus on film after appearing in the dramatic adaptation "Handy Andy" (1934) with Will Rogers. Later in her career, Goodall acted in the John Wayne action flick "California Straight Ahead" (1937). Goodall passed away in September 1940 at the age of 51.