Appeared (as "Performer"; final Broadway credit) in "A Musical Jubilee" on Broadway. Musical revue. Written by Max Wilk
[final Broadway credit]. Devised by Marilyn Clark and Charles Burr. Musical Director: John Lesko
. Dance arrangements / musical continuity by Trude Rittman
. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang
, Hershy Kay
4 Biographical Movies |
6 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
9 Interviews |
37 Articles |
3 Pictorials |
23 Magazine Cover Photos |
Dorothy Elizabeth Carter | Miss Lillian Gish
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
I'm a believing person. I believe in God even though I can't see him. You can't see the air in this room, right? But take it away and you're dead. And I believe there's something for us after we die. The world isn't wasteful.
Lillian and Mary Pickford
were childhood friends, but Mary tried to never be left alone with Lillian--remembering her mother's superstitious belief that "the good die young", Mary was in constant fear that Lillian would drop dead at any moment.
Early roles as innocent, virginal characters who are victimized by a cruel world
The First Lady of American Cinema