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Louise Beaudet (I) (1859–1947)

Louise Beaudet was born on December 5, 1859 in Lotbinere, Québec, Canada as Louise Aimee Beaudet. She was an actress and writer, known for Sauce for the Goose (1913), The Price She Paid (1917) and The Late Mr. Jones (1913). She died on December 31, 1947 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Sauce for the Goose
Sauce for the Goose Mabel, Jim's Wife
The Price She Paid
The Price She Paid Mrs. Gower
The Late Mr. Jones
The Late Mr. Jones Matilda Jones, a Widow
Jerry's Uncle's Namesake


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 1925 Sally
Madame Julie Du Fay
 1923 The Gold Diggers
Cissie Gray
 1921 Her Lord and Master
Mrs. Chazy Bunker
 1920 Slaves of Pride
Mrs. Leeds
 1917 Babbling Tongues
Marie Moreau
 1917 The Price She Paid
Mrs. Gower
 1916 The Musical Barber (Short)
 1916 Billie's Mother (Short)
Louise - Billie's Mother
 1916 The Law Decides
Mrs. Wharton
 1916 The Road of Many Turnings (Short)
Mrs. Wagner
 1916 Green Stockings
Ida Faraday
 1915 On Her Wedding Night
Mrs. Carter
 1915 The Flower of the Hills (Short)
Jack's Aunt
 1915 A Price for Folly
Duchess de Segni
 1915 A 'Model' Wife (Short)
Madame Helene
 1915 The Shabbies (Short)
 1915 To Cherish and Protect (Short)
Marie Pratt
 1915 On the Turn of a Card (Short)
 1915 The Butterfly's Lesson (Short)
Leila's Mother
 1915 The Shadow of Fear (Short)
Aunt Mary
 1915 The Kidnapped Stockbroker (Short)
 1915 The Battle Cry of Peace
Mrs. Vandergriff
 1915 The Silent W (Short)
 1915 What's Ours? (Short)
Mrs. Burke
 1915 The Goddess
 1915 Cutey Becomes a Landlord (Short)
 1915 The Wheels of Justice
Mrs. Brooks, Ralph's Mother
 1915 The Slightly Worn Gown (Short)
 1914 An Affair for the Police (Short)
Mrs. Van Austin
 1914 The Man Behind the Door
Lavinia Backsetter
 1914 The Senator's Brother (Short)
Paul Zanes' Second Wife
 1914 His Wedded Wife (Short)
 1914 The Man Who Knew (Short)
 1914 Second Sight (Short)
Mrs. Ponsonby
 1914 My Official Wife
 1914 Father's Flirtation (Short)
Mrs. Sweet - the Widow
 1914 Cutey's Wife (Short)
Mlle. Denise
 1914 Mr. Bunny in Disguise (Short)
 1914 Setting the Style (Short)
Mrs. Vandergilt - a Gentlewoman
 1914 Tangled Tangoists (Short)
 1914 Mrs. Maloney's Fortune (Short)
 1914 Sawdust and Salome (Short)
Mrs. John Grey
 1914 Pickles, Art and Sauerkraut (Short)
Jerry's Mother-in-Law
 1914 Bunny's Mistake (Short)
 1914 Jerry's Uncle's Namesake (Short)
Jerry's Wife
 1913 Heartease (Short)
The Governess
 1913 Heartbroken Shep (Short)
Runa's Mother
 1913 Which? (Short)
The Twins' Mother
 1913 Our Wives (Short)
Mrs. Rosweel Chandler
 1913/I Sauce for the Goose (Short)
Mabel, Jim's Wife
 1913 The Late Mr. Jones (Short)
Matilda Jones, a Widow
 1913 My Lady of Idleness (Short)
Mrs. Williams
 1913 Count Barber (Short)
Mme. de Bluff
 1913 The Glove (Short)
 1913 A Sweet Deception (Short)
 1913 Bingles and the Cabaret (Short)
 1913/I The Snare of Fate (Short)
Mrs. Beaudet, Marion's Mother
 1913 An Infernal Tangle (Short)
Mrs. Thomas - the Charitable Woman
 1913 One Can't Always Tell (Short)
The Old Housekeeper
 1913 Cutey Plays Detective (Short)
Mrs. Trevor - the Mother
 1912 Young Mrs. Eaton (Short)
Mrs. Van Zandt
Show Show Writer (2 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: White Lilacs. Musical. Music by Karl Hajos. Book by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Original German book by Sigurd Johannsen. Musical Direction by Pierce de Reeder. Additional music by Maurice Ruebens and Sammy Timberg. Additional lyrics by David Goldberg and J. Keirn Brennan. Ensembles directed by Vaughn Godfrey. ... See more »

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French-born stage and screen actress and singer. She moved to the U.S. and became an American citizen, acting in comic opera from the late 1870's on both the East and West Coast and eventually joining the James C. Duff Opera Company in 1889. She performed at Palace Theatre, London and gave a command performance at Buckingham Palace in 1895. Her first Broadway performance was in 1899. Beaudet ... See more »

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