|Born||in Tecumseh, Kansas, USA|
|Died||in Marina Del Rey, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Goldie Frances Colwell|
Mini Bio (1)
Beautiful Goldie Colwell born in Kansas in 1889. began on stage in the late 1900's. Goldie appeared in few leading roles but many character and supporting roles in more than 80 westerns and comedies making her film debut in Tom Mix's 'Why the Sheriff is a Bachelor' for the Selig Film Co in 1911, later Goldie appeared in many 'Jerry' comedies directed by Milton J. Fahrney and starring George Ovey for the Cub Film Co between 1915-17, she was last on screen playing the role of Enid Montmorency in Colin Campbell's 'The Railroader' starring George Fawcett at the Triangle Film Co in 1919.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Rothwell-Smith