Charlotte Granville was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1917, she made her film debut in "The Red Woman." In 1936, she played her final film role in "Rose of the Rancho." Granville began her career with a role in "24 Hours" (1931). Granville began to focus on film after appearing in the dramatic comedy "Now and Forever" (1934) with Gary Cooper. Later in her career, Granville acted in the horror movie "Werewolf of London" (1935) with Henry Hull. Granville passed away in July 1942 at the age of 82.