1800-1899. Women, photo list.

by road-traveled | created - 24 Jul 2016 | updated - 30 Apr 2017 | Public

1. Wynne Gibson

Actress | The Crosby Case

Wynne Gibson was born on July 3, 1898 in New York City, New York, USA as Winifred Elaine Gibson. She was an actress, known for The Crosby Case (1934), Night After Night (1932) and Double Cross (1941). She was married to John Gallaudet. She died on May 15, 1987 in Laguna Niguel, California, USA.

1898 - 1987, (88).

2. Mary Maurice

Actress | Les miserables (Part II)

Originally a schoolteacher, Mary Maurice caught the acting bug and joined the Pittsburgh (PA) Stock Company in 1868. After a long and distinguished stage career she signed with Vitagraph and made her film debut in 1909. She appeared in almost 150 films for the company, and played mothers or ...

1844 - 1918, (73).

3. Blanche Cornwall

Actress | True Hearts

Blanche Cornwall was born on April 24, 1868 in New York City, New York, USA as Blanche A. Cornwell. She was an actress, known for True Hearts (1913), Hubby Does the Washing (1912) and Hearts Unknown (1912). She died on December 20, 1918 in Brooklyn, New York.

1868 -

4. Fannie Ward

Actress | The Cheat

Fannie Ward was a star of light comedies on Broadway and in vaudeville. Internationally famous, she was at the height of her career in the first decade of the 20th century. She debuted on Broadway at 19 in "Pippino" (1890). She went on to starring roles in "The Marriage of William Ashe", "Madam ...

1871 - 1952, (80).

5. Miriam Nesbitt

Actress | Mary Stuart

Miriam Nesbitt was born on September 14, 1873 in chicago, Illinois, USA as Miriam Anne Schancke. She was an actress, known for Mary Stuart (1913), Stanton's Last Fling (1914) and The Declaration of Independence (1911). She was married to Marc McDermott. She died on August 11, 1954 in Hollywood, ...

1873 - 1954, (80).

6. May Buckley

Actress | Hello, Central!

May Buckley born in San Francisco in 1875, began on the theatre from 1890's, and became popular heroine in many drama and comedy films with the role of 'Marguerite Moreland' in 'Paid in His Own Coin' opposite John Halliday for the Lubin Film Company in 1912, she moved to the Selig Film Company in ...

1875 -

7. Charlotte Walker

Actress | The Trail of the Lonesome Pine

Texan-born actress Charlotte Walker was the daughter of a wealthy cotton broker, who died when she was eleven. With her siblings she went on to live at a ranch owned by her mother's even more affluent family. In her mid-teens, Charlotte studied drama at Fort Edwards Collegiate Institute. She ...

1876 - 1958, (81).

8. Madame Bartet

Actress | Le retour d'Ulysse

Madame Bartet was born on October 9, 1876 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France as Anne Régina Badet. She was an actress, known for The Return of Ulysses (1909), Vendetta (1914) and Sadounah (1915). She died on October 26, 1949 in Bordeaux.

1876 - 1949, (73).

9. Gloria Gallop

Actress | Jane Eyre

Gloria Gallop was born on March 16, 1878 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA as Stella Hunt Gallup. She is an actress, known for Jane Eyre (1910), The Cigars His Wife Bought (1910) and Around Battle Tree (1913).


10. Charlotte Burton

Actress | Her Younger Sister

Charlotte Burton was born on May 30, 1881 in San Francisco, California, USA. She was an actress, known for Her Younger Sister (1914), Polly of the Storm Country (1920) and Damaged Goods (1914). She was married to Darrell Stuart and William Russell. She died on March 28, 1942 in Los Angeles, ...

1881-1942, 60.

11. Margaret Dumont

Actress | Duck Soup

Margaret Dumont would probably consider it a tragedy that she is best-known for her performances as the ultimate straight woman in seven of the Marx Brothers' films (including most of their best). By all accounts she never understood their jokes (offscreen and on), which is of course a major reason...

1882 - 1965, (82).

12. Valeska Suratt

Actress | She

Valeska Suratt was born in Owensville, Indiana on June 28, 1882 to parents of French ancestry. She moved from Terre Haute to Indianapolis, where she worked at a department store in 1899 before moving to Chicago in 1900 to pursue an acting career. She appeared in vaudeville before debuting in ...

1882 - 1962, (80).

13. Edna May Oliver

Actress | The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, & Observation of David Copperfield the Younger

She was born Edna May Nutter, a child of solid New England stock, on 9th November 1883 in Malden, Massachusetts. The daughter of Ida May and Charles Edward Nutter, Edna was a descendant of the 2nd American president John Adams and his son, the 6th American president John Quincy Adams. In addition, ...

1883 - 1942, (59).

14. Marguerite Clark

Actress | Scrambled Wives

In the 1910s, waifs and child-women like Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish and Mary Miles Minter were dominant forces at America's box offices. Audiences welcomed Marguerite Clark into this group, especially those who preferred her dark brown hair and large brown eyes to the blonde-haired, blue-eyed ...

1883 - 1940, (57).

15. Cleo Madison

Actress | A Soul Enslaved

Cleo Madison began her career with a theatrical company in Santa Barbara, California, in 1910. She stayed with the company for several years, and the troupe made the rounds of vaudeville and the theater circuit. Returning to California, and tired of touring, she decided to get into the motion ...

1883 - 1964, (80).

135 credits, 1912-1924.

16. Lillian Drew

Actress | Ruggles of Red Gap

The beautiful Lillian Drew was born in Chicago in 1886. Lillian became a highly popular musical comedy theatre star from the mid 1900's, often appearing with her husband actor E.H. Calvert. Later Lillian a gorgeous brunette starred in more than 90 drama and comedy films and became known as Lily of ...

1883 - 1924, (41).

88 credits, 1913-1923.

17. Lucille Young

Actress | The Scarlet Letter

Lucille Young was born in Lansing, Ingham, Michigan, a year after her brother. Her parents' marriage was a difficult and short-lived one. Her mother married a second time and Lucille gained a 1/2 sister, Ethel Terry, b 1888 (also an actor and "classical fancy dancer", as described in her entry in ...

1883 - 1934, (51).

86 credits, 1910-1930.

18. Muriel George

Actress | My Song for You

Muriel George was born on August 29, 1883 in London, England as Muriel Winifred George. She was an actress, known for A Song for You (1934), Vacation from Marriage (1945) and A Sister to Assist 'Er (1938). She was married to Arthur Davenport (author, BBC broadcaster) and Ernest Butcher. She died on...

1883 - 1965, (82).


19. Jane Cowl

Actress | Garden of Lies

Jane Cowl was born in Boston, Massachusetts on December 14, 1884. Jane was one of the fine stage actresses of her time, who eventually found her way onto the silver screen in 1915 in Garden of Lies (1915). She appeared (and became a playwright) on Broadway from 1903-47; acted in The Spreading Dawn ...

1884 - 1950, (65).

20. Alice Dovey

Actress | The Commanding Officer

Alice Dovey was born on August 28, 1884 in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, USA. She was an actress, known for The Commanding Officer (1915), The Romantic Journey (1916) and The Reformer (1915). She was married to Jack E. Hazzard. She died on January 12, 1969 in Tarzana, California, USA.

1884 - 1969, (84).

21. Helen Gardner

Actress | Cleopatra

A stage actress who was an alumni of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Helen Gardner made her film debut with Vitagraph Pictures in 1911. In that year she appeared in Vanity Fair (1911), to critical acclaim. The next year she formed her own film production company, Helen Gardner Productions--...

1884 - 1958, 84.

72 credits, 1910-1924.

22. Florence Turner

Actress | A Welsh Singer

Widely publicized as "The Vitagraph Girl," dark-haired silent film actress Florence Turner was one of the screen's first celebrities to be called by the term "movie star." Born in New York City in 1885, she was pushed into the business at age 3 by an overzealous stage mother, performing on the ...

1885 - 1946, (61).

23. Gene Gauntier

Actress | Evangeline

Gene Gauntier was born on May 17, 1885 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA as Genevieve Liggett. She was an actress and writer, known for Evangeline (1908), The Scarlet Letter (1908) and From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth (1912). She was married to J.J. Clark. She died on December 18, ...

1885 - 1966, (81).

24. Vittoria Lepanto

Actress | Lucrezia Borgia

Vittoria Lepanto was born on February 15, 1885 in Saracinesco, Lazio, Italy. She was an actress, known for Lucrezia Borgia (1910), The Lady with the Camelias (1909) and Othello (1909). She died on May 3, 1965 in Rome, Lazio.

1885-1965, 80. Italy.

25. Laura Sawyer

Actress | Hulda of Holland

Laura Sawyer was born on February 3, 1885. She was an actress and writer, known for Hulda of Holland (1913), The Valentine Girl (1917) and A Woman's Triumph (1914). She was married to Charles F. Wolff. She died on September 7, 1970 in Matawan, New Jersey, USA.

1885 - 1970, (61).

26. Josette Andriot

Actress | Protéa

Josette Andriot was born on August 23, 1886 in Paris, France as Camille Élisa Andriot. She was an actress, known for Protéa (1913), Zigomar - the Black Scourge - Episode 1 (1913) and The Mysteries of the Castle of Malmort (1917). She died on May 13, 1942 in Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, France.

1886 - 1942, (55).


27. Irene Fenwick

Actress | A Girl Like That

Irene Fenwick was born Irene Frizzel in Chicago, Illinois on September 5, 1887. She was predominately a stage actress and a fine one at that. Her first film was THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR in 1915. She was to make three more that year, but one in 1916 called A CONEY ISLAND PRINCESS. Her services were, ...

1887 - 1936, (49).

28. Blanche Scott

Actress | An Aviator's Success

Blanche Scott was born on April 8, 1889 in Rochester, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for An Aviator's Success (1912), The Aviator and the Autoist Race for a Bride (1912) and I've Got a Secret (1952). She died on January 12, 1970 in Rochester.

1889 - 1970, (80).

29. Mae Murray

Actress | Peacock Alley

Dubbed "The Girl with the Bee Stung Lips", silent-era screen star Mae Murray began her career on stage partnered with ballroom dancing extraordinaire Vernon Castle in the 1906 Broadway show "About Town." Born the daughter of émigrés, she began studying dance at a young age. Two years later she ...

1889 - 1965, (75).

30. Ormi Hawley

Actress | Michael Strogoff

Ormi Hawley was born on February 21, 1889 in Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA as Ormetta Grace Hawley. She was an actress, known for Michael Strogoff (1914), His Mistake (1912) and The Shanghaied Baby (1915). She was married to Charles Fulcher. She died on June 3, 1942 in Rome, New York, USA.

1889 - 1942, (53).

31. Marguerite Snow

Actress | The Million Dollar Mystery

Although Marguerite Snow was born in Salt Lake City, her father--a comedian in vaudeville minstrel shows--traveled extensively, so she grew up all over the country. When her father died, she and her mother settled in Denver, Colorado. Marguerite took drama lessons with the intentions of becoming a ...

1889 - 1958, (68).

128 credits, 1911-1925.

32. Pearl White

Actress | The Perils of Pauline

Born on her father's farm in Green Ridge, Missouri, the youngest of five children. Moved with her family to Springfield, Missouri, where she grew up. Joined the Diemer Theatre Company during her second year of high school, and went on the road with a touring stock company at age 18, in 1907. Signed...

1889 - 1938, (49).

33. Jane Gail

Actress | 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Jane Gail was born in Salem, New York. She was an early silent movie actress who didn't obtain the success of her counterparts. Her last film was Bitter Fruit (1920) in 1920. She never appeared on the silver screen again. Jane died in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1963.

1889 - 1963, (74).

34. Irma Taylor

Actress | Jane Eyre

Irma Taylor was born on December 14, 1890 in Michigan, USA. She was a writer and actress, known for Jane Eyre (1910), They Like 'Em Rough (1922) and The Menace (1918). She died on April 17, 1974 in Glendale, California, USA.

1890 - 1974, (83).

35. Aimee Semple McPherson

The Voice of Hollywood No. 9

Aimee Semple McPherson was born Aimee Elizabeth Kennedy on her family's farm near Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada. She was raised a Methodist, her father James's faith. Her mother Mildred worked for the Salvation Army.

In December 1907, she decided to attend a local "tent revival" on a whim, and fell in ...

1890 - 1944, (53).

36. Anna Murdock

Actress | Please Help Emily

Anna Murdock was born on November 10, 1890 in Port Washington, Long Island, New York, USA as Irene Ann Coleman. She was an actress, known for Please Help Emily (1917), My Wife (1918) and The Impostor (1918). She was married to Leone Colleoni (hotelier), Hallam Keep Williams and Harry Carson Powers ...

1890 - 1939, (48).

37. Marguerite Clayton

Actress | The Night Workers

Marguerite Clayton was born on April 12, 1891 in Ogden, Utah, USA as Margaret Fitzgerald. She was an actress, known for The Night Workers (1917), The Dream Doll (1917) and Wolfblood (1925). She was married to Victor Bertrandias. She died on December 20, 1968 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

1891 - 1968, (77).

38. Marian Swayne

Actress | The Adventures of Kitty Cobb

Marian Swayne was born on July 9, 1891 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was an actress, known for The Adventures of Kitty Cobb (1914), The Road Between (1917) and The Little Samaritan (1917). She died in August 1973 in New York City, New York, USA.

1891 - 1973, (82).

39. Gwendolyn Pates

Actress | The Fishermaid's Love Story

Gwendolyn Pates was born on April 4, 1891 in Dallas, Texas, USA. She was an actress, known for The Fishermaid's Love Story (1912), Unwelcome Love (1912) and A Puritan Courtship (1911). She was married to William Grew. She died in November 1970 in New York City, New York, USA.

1891 - 1970, (79).

40. Yvette Andréyor

Actress | Judex: Prologue + L'ombre mystérieuse

Yvette Andréyor was born as Yvette Louise Pauline Royé in Paris, France in 1891. She was the daughter of the artist Jean-Baptiste André Roye and Marie-Louise Carcel. At age six, she made her stage debut at the Théâtre de l'Odéon. She continued her artistic training at the Conservatoire where she ...

1891 - 1962, (71).

41. Lenore Ulric

Actress | Camille

Lenore Ulric was born in New Ulm, Minnesota, on July 21, 1892. She was largely a character actress who appeared in only thirteen films in her in a career that spanned from 1915 to 1947. Lenore was 23 years old when she acted her first production The Better Woman (1915). After The Road to Love (1916)...

1892-1970, 78.

42. Alice Brady

Actress | My Man Godfrey

Alice Brady was born in New York City on November 2, 1892. She was interested in the stage from childhood, as her father was famed Broadway producer William A. Brady. After a few stage productions, Alice was discovered by movie producers in New York, since this was the film capital at the time. Her...

1892 - 1939, (46).

43. Ruth Stonehouse

Actress | Cinderella's Twin

Ruth Stonehouse started her show-business career early: she was a dancer in shows in Douglas, Arizona, at the age of eight. She grew up to be more than just an entertainer, however; she was an astute businesswoman and, with Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson and George K. Spoor, started Essanay ...

1892-1941, 48.

44. Irene Castle

Actress | Patria

Irene Castle and her husband Vernon Castle (born Vernon Blyth) were the best known ballroom dancers of the early 20th C. Beginning about 1914 they operated several clubs and studios in the NYC area, toured the country dancing, and were able to charge as much as a thousand dollars an hour for ...

1893-1969, 75.

45. Vivian Rich

Actress | On the Border

Vivian Rich was born on May 26, 1893 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for On the Border (1913), Would You Forgive? (1920) and A World of Folly (1920). She was married to Ralph W. Jesson. She died on November 17, 1957 in Hollywood, California, USA.

1893-1957, 64.

46. Jean Sothern

Actress | A Mute Appeal

Jean Sothern was born on December 5, 1893 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA as Jean Brannen. She was an actress, known for A Mute Appeal (1917), The Cloud (1917) and A Mother's Ordeal (1917). She died on April 14, 1964 in Lancaster.

1893-1964, 70.

47. Grace Cunard

Actress | The Twins' Double

A stage actress from her early teens, Grace Cunard made her Hollywood debut in 1910. She soon partnered with actor/director Francis Ford at Univeral, where they began turning out serials. The films' success led to Cunard's nickname of "The Serial Queen," and by 1916 she and Ford were ranked among ...

1893 - 1967, (73).

48. Jane Bernoudy

Actress | The Mysterious Outlaw

Jane Bernoudy was born on August 19, 1893 in New Castle, Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for The Mysterious Outlaw (1917), Mr. Opp (1917) and A Little Brother of the Rich (1915). She died on October 28, 1972 in Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, USA.

1893-1972, 79.

49. Ora Carew

Actress | Martyrs of the Alamo

Ora Carew was born Ora Whytock in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 19, 1893. When she was 22 years old Ora played in her first film production of SAVED BY THE WIRELESS in 1915. Her work in the silent film industry was, for the most part, sporadic. She wanted roles her fellow actresses received, but ...

1893-1955, 62

50. Marion Sunshine

Soundtrack | Hollywood Canteen

Mary Tunstal Ijames, born Kentucky, was part of a Vaudeville sister act "Tempest and Sunshine". She and her sister were in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1907. She is credited on Broadway, the Palace Theater, Silent Films, music composer and lyricist (The Peanut Vendor)and is also credited for ...

1894 - 1963, (68).

51. Osa Johnson

Producer | I Married Adventure

Osa Johnson was born on March 14, 1894 in Chanute, Kansas, USA as Osa Leighty. She was a producer and director, known for I Married Adventure (1940), Cannibals of the South Seas (1912) and Stanley and Livingstone (1939). She was married to Martin E. Johnson. She died on January 7, 1953 in New York ...

1894-1953, 58

52. Olive Thomas

Actress | Beatrice Fairfax

Oliva R. Duffy was born on October 20, 1894, in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, the eldest of three children, with two younger brothers. Olive or Ollie, as she was known to family and friends, did not have much of a childhood. Life in industrial Pittsburgh was depressing and grim with its smoky factories ...

1894 - 1920, (25).

53. Marie Blake

Actress | Between Two Women

Edith MacDonald was the second daughter of Daniel and Anne MacDonald; her father was a contractor and politician. Early on, her older sister Elsie, younger sister Jeanette MacDonald, and she were given theatrical training. Blossom and Jeanette played Philadelphia vaudeville houses while still ...

1895 - 1978, (82).

54. Edna Mayo

Actress | Frauds

Edna Mayo was born on March 23, 1895 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Edna Lane. She was an actress, known for Frauds (1915), The Chaperon (1916) and The Return of Eve (1916). She was married to Mr. White and Mr. Royce. She died on May 5, 1970 in San Francisco, California, USA.

1895 - 1970, (75).

55. Lea Penman

Actress | We're No Angels

Lea Penman was born on October 4, 1895 in Red Cloud, Nebraska, USA. She was an actress, known for We're No Angels (1955), Fancy Pants (1950) and Portland Exposé (1957). She was married to Clyde V. Fillmore, Ronald D. Benjamin and George Treadwell Herbert. She died on October 12, 1962 in ...

1895 - 1962, (67).

56. Valda Valkyrien

Actress | T'Other Dear Charmer

The real-life Baroness DeWitz, Valkyrien played bit parts at Great Northern in Copenhagen in 1912 before signing with US producer David Horsley. She later switched to the Thanhouser company who featured her in exotic melodramas partially filmed in Jacksonville, Florida. William Fox lured her over ...

1895 - 1956, (61).

Iceland. USA.

57. Violet Heming

Actress | Almost Married

Violet Heming was primarily of the stage. Both her parents were established actors in English theatre. In America since childhood, Violet came to prominence in 1908 with Charles Frohman's company as juvenile star of "Peter Pan" (as Wendy) and in the title role of "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm". In ...

1895 - 1981,


58. Moyna MacGill

Actress | The Picture of Dorian Gray

Moyna MacGill was born on December 10, 1895 in Belfast, Ireland [now Northern Ireland], UK as Charlotte Lilian McIldowie. She was an actress, known for The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945), The Twilight Zone (1959) and Miriam Rozella (1924). She was married to Edgar Isaac Lansbury and Reginald Denham....

1895 - 1975, (79).

Ireland. USA.

59. Mary Glynne

Actress | The Good Companions

Mary Glynne was born on January 25, 1895 in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales as Mary Aitken. She was an actress, known for The Good Companions (1933), Emil and the Detectives (1935) and Scrooge (1935). She was married to Dennis Neilson-Terry and John Mannell. She died on September 19, 1954 in ...

1895 - 1954, (59).


60. Betty Ross Clarke

Actress | If I Were King

This brown-haired, grey-eyed ingénue of the early 20's made her way to the screen via touring stock companies immediately upon completing her education. She was a vaudeville dancer, then had a small role on Broadway in 1917. Eventually, she would come to greater prominence on the London stage. ...

1896-1947, 50.

61. Lilyan Tashman

Actress | The Matrimonial Bed

Lilyan Tashman was born on October 23, 1896, in Brooklyn, New York, to Rose (Cook) and Morris Tashman. Her parents were Jewish immigrants, her father from Bialystok, Poland, and her mother from Germany. After toying with some stage work, she made her film debut with Experience (1921). That was her ...

1896-1934, 37.

62. Mildred Bracken

Actress | The Prisoner's Story

Mildred Bracken was born on April 3, 1896 in California, USA. She was an actress, known for The Prisoner's Story (1912), Aileen o' the Sea (1913) and St. Joseph's Taper (1913). She was married to Bertram Bracken. She died on February 24, 1964 in San Francisco, California.

1896 - 1964, (67).

63. Ossi Oswalda

Actress | Amor am Steuer

Ossi Oswalda was born Oswalda Staglich on February 2, 1899 in Berlin, Germany. She trained to be a ballerina and worked in chorus lines when she was a teenager. Director Ernst Lubitsch discovered her and cast her in his 1916 film The Shoe Palace. Over the next five years she appeared in many of ...

1897-1947, 50. Germany. Czech Republic.

64. Celia Lovsky

Actress | Soylent Green

Daughter of Bretislav Lvovsky (1857-1910), a minor Czech opera composer, Celia was born in Vienna where she trained at the Royal Academy of Arts and Music. She was a rising stage star in Vienna and Berlin in 1929, when she met future husband Peter Lorre. Celia accompanied the Jewish Lorre when he ...

1897-1979, 82, Austria. USA.

65. Lya De Putti

Actress | Manon Lescaut

The daughter of a Hungarian baron and countess, Lya De Putti went on to perform classical ballet in Berlin, Germany, after a brief stint in Hungarian vaudeville. She later made several films at the German UFA studios, most notably Variety (1925), before going to Hollywood in 1926. While in America ...

1897 - 1931, (34).

Slovakia. USA.

66. Ella Hall

Actress | New Love for Old

A silent screen siren of considerable beauty was blonde, blue-eyed Ella Hall. As a small child, she already performed on stage with the company of David Belasco. She was later chosen to understudy Mary Pickford for "The Warrens of Virginia". Ella entered films in 1910 as a fifteen-year old ingénue ...

1897 - 1981, (84).

67. Gladys Coburn

Actress | The Primitive Call

Gladys Coburn was born on June 9, 1898 in Illinois, USA as Gladys Louise Thompson. She was an actress, known for The Primitive Call (1917), East Lynne (1921) and The Battle of Life (1916). She died on January 4, 1948 in Los Angeles County, California, USA.

1898 - 1948, (49).

68. Marion Davies

Actress | Not So Dumb

Marion Cecelia Douras was born in the borough of Brooklyn, New York on January 3, 1897. She had been bitten by the show biz bug early as she watched her sisters perform in local stage productions. She wanted to do the same. As Marion got older, she tried out for various school plays and did fairly ...

1897 - 1961, (64).

69. Lotte Lenya

Actress | From Russia with Love

Lotte Lenya was a Tony Award-winning and Academy award-nominated actress and singer who is best remembered for her supporting role as Rosa Klebb in the classic Bond film From Russia with Love (1963).

She was born Karoline Wilhelmine Charlotte Blaumauer on October 18, 1898, in Vienna, Austria (at ...

1898-1981, 83. Austria. USA.

70. Renie Riano

Actress | Pajama Party

As the daughter of British stage actress Irene Riano (1871-1940), character player Renie Riano had all the earmarks of a show biz career. She loved an audience, she loved singing, and she loved to make people laugh. She began things off toplining in vaudeville shows and music halls as "Baby Irene" ...

1899 - 1972, (72).


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