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Carol Dempster (1901–1991)

Carol Dempster was born on December 9, 1901 in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. She was an actress, known for Dream Street (1921), One Exciting Night (1922) and Sally of the Sawdust (1925). She was married to Edwin S Larsen. She died on February 1, 1991 in La Jolla, California, USA. See full bio »

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Dream Street Gypsy Fair
One Exciting Night Agnes Harrington
The Love Flower Stella Bevan


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 1926 The Sorrows of Satan
Mavis Claire
 1925 That Royle Girl
Joan Daisy Royle
 1925 Sally of the Sawdust
 1924 Isn't Life Wonderful
 1924 America
Miss Nancy Montague
 1923 The White Rose
Marie Carrington
 1922 One Exciting Night
Agnes Harrington
 1922 Sherlock Holmes
Alice Faulkner
 1921 Dream Street
Gypsy Fair
 1920 Way Down East
Barn Dancer (uncredited)
 1920 The Love Flower
Stella Bevan
 1919 Scarlet Days
Lady Fair
 1919 True Heart Susie
Bettina's Friend
 1919 The Girl Who Stayed at Home
Atoline France
 1919 A Romance of Happy Valley
Girl John Logan meets in New York (uncredited)
 1918 The Hope Chest
Ethel Hoyt
 1918 The Greatest Thing in Life
Dancer (uncredited)
 1918 Lillian Gish in a Liberty Loan Appeal (Short)
Lillian's Sister
 1916 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
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I just never think about my days in pictures. I am always surprised that anyone remembers me. It was so long ago. So many of my movies were so sad. Maybe my fans would like to know that in real life Carol Dempster had a happy ending.


The other actresses in D.W. Griffith's stock company--particularly Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Miriam Cooper and Mae Marsh--detested her because she mimicked their acting styles rather than developing a style of her own. This resentment grew when Griffith--who had become obsessed with Dempster--turned away from his stock actresses because he thought he now had a little bit of all of them wrapped ... See more »

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