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Maude Fealy (1883–1971)

Actress/dramatic teacher Maude Fealy, the daughter of actress Margaret Fealy, was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on March 3, 1881. Maude made her acting debut at three years of age in one of her mother's productions, "Faust". She was quite successful over the next few years, appearing in productions all over the US and Canada. In 1901 she toured ... See full bio »

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 1958 The Buccaneer
Townswoman (uncredited)
 1956 The Ten Commandments
Slave Woman / Hebrew at Crag and Corridor
 1947 A Double Life
Woman (uncredited)
 1947 The Unfaithful
Old Maid in Montage (uncredited)
 1944 Gaslight
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1940 Seventeen
Woman Driver (uncredited)
 1940 Emergency Squad
Mother (uncredited)
 1939 Union Pacific
Woman (uncredited)
 1938 Bulldog Drummond's Peril
Spinster (uncredited)
 1938 The Buccaneer
Wife (uncredited)
 1938 Race Suicide
 1931 Laugh and Get Rich
Miss Teasdale
 1917 The American Consul
Joan Kitwell
 1916 The Immortal Flame
Ada Forbes
 1915 Bondwomen
Norma Ellis
 1915 The Girl from Tim's Place (Short)
Chip
 1914 It Might Have Been Worse (Short)
 1914 Mary Jane's Burglar (Short)
 1914 Deborah the Jewish Maiden (Short)
Deborah
 1914 Pamela Congreve
Pamela Congreve
 1914 Was She Right in Forgiving Him? (Short)
Louise Vaughn - the Heiress
 1914 The Musician's Daughter (Short)
May - as an Adult
 1914 Kathleen the Irish Rose (Short)
Kathleen Mavourneen
 1914 The Golden Cross (Short)
Christine
 1914 A New England Idyl (Short)
Mrs. Fownes (as Miss Fealy)
 1914 The Woman Pays (Short)
Margaret Watson
 1914 The Runaway Princess (Short)
Princess Priscilla
 1914 Frou Frou
Frou Frou
 1913 An Orphan's Romance (Short)
Mary, the Orphan
 1913 Moths
Vere
 1913 King René's Daughter (Short)
Iolante, the Blind Girl
 1912 Aurora Floyd (Short)
 1912 East Lynne (Short)
 1911 David Copperfield (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in a production of "Faust".

Publicity Listings:

12 Articles | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Miss Fealy

Height:

5' 1" (1.55 m)
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Personal Quote:

[on meeting William Gillette] when he said I looked too young I hurried downtown and got my first long skirt. When next I saw Mr. Gillette my hair was done up for the first time, and I wore high heeled slippers, so that I looked a good deal more of a woman. He laughed and said I looked lots older, but I know I didn't. I will never forget that skirt. It didn't fit me - it didn't begin to. The ... See more »

Trivia:

Entombed at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, California - Abbey of the Psalms Mausoleum, Crypt 7188, G-3 Top Row, East Wall. Her funeral expenses were paid by the estate of Cecil B. DeMille. See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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