Appeared (as "Miss Finney") in "We've Got to Have Money" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Edward Laska
. Directed by Bertram Harrison
. Playhouse Theatre: 20 Aug 1923-Oct 1923 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Manuel A. Alexander, Robert Ames, Jerome Cowan
(as "Toney Platt"), R.M. D'Angelo, Alex Derman, Leo Donnelly
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[in 1925] I have never in all my days had a pie thrown at me, and that in itself is a distinction few actors in old comedies can claim.
She played the vaudeville stage in New York from at least 1901. Most of her pictures were made in New York and New Jersey; she first came to California in 1926.
Extrodinarily tall and skinny for a woman of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, accentuated by an elongated face and a long "swan" neck. Her unusual physique was often juxtaposed with shorter, fatter co-stars like John Bunny.