|Born||in Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA|
|Died||in Santa Monica, California, USA (pneumonia)|
|Birth Name||Rose Pauline Curley|
|Height||5' 4" (1.63 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Coming from a theatrical family (her mother was an actress), Pauline Curley was an actress from the age of five, and toured the vaudeville circuit with her family. Her first known film role came in 1913, and although her movie career lasted 16 years, she never made the top, or even the middle, ranks of stardom. She made a few well-received serials for Vitagraph, and was in one of Douglas Fairbanks' more popular swashbucklers, Bound in Morocco (1918), but she doesn't seem to have been able to capitalize on it, as she was soon appearing in very low-budget, two-reel Leo D. Maloney and Jack Perrin westerns. Soon the pictures got even cheaper, her roles got even smaller, and by 1929 (the year of her last known film, The Locked Door (1929), in which she had an unbilled bit part) she had apparently left the industry altogether. She was married, from 1922 to his death in 1988, to cinematographer Kenneth Peach. Two of their children followed them into the film business: Kenneth Peach Jr., who became a cinematographer, and Martin Peach, who had a career as a key grip.
Pauline Curley died in 2000 in Santa Monica, CA, aged 96.
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|Kenneth Peach||(1922 - 27 February 1988) (his death)|