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Gene Gauntier (1885–1966)

Gene Gauntier was born on May 17, 1885 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA as Genevieve Liggett. She was an actress and writer, known for From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth (1912), An Arabian Tragedy (1912) and A Lad from Old Ireland (1910). She was married to J.J. Clark. She died on December 18, 1966 in Cuernavaca, Mexico. See full bio »


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An Arabian Tragedy
An Arabian Tragedy Lucashah / Ayub's 1st Wife
A Lad from Old Ireland
The Colleen Bawn
The Colleen Bawn Eily O'Connor, the 'Colleen Bawn'


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 1920 Witch's Lure
 1915 Gene of the Northland (Short)
Gene aka Jeanne La Roche
 1915 The Mad Maid of the Forest (Short)
The Mad Maid of the Forest
 1915 The Ulster Lass (Short)
Eileen - the Ulster Lass
 1915 The Woman Hater's Baby (Short)
Gene Gray - the Baby's Mother
 1915 The Smuggler's Lass (Short)
 1914 The Little Rebel (Short)
The Southern Girl
 1914 His Brother's Wife (Short)
The Wife
 1914 Twilight (Short)
Twilight - the Half Breed
 1914 False Evidence (Short)
Florence Cobb
 1914 A Fight for a Birthright (Short)
 1914 Come Back to Erin (Short)
Peggy O'Malley
 1914 The Eye of the Government (Short)
 1914 Through the Fires of Temptation (Short)
 1914 For Ireland's Sake (Short)
Eileen Donaghue
 1913 In the Power of a Hypnotist (Short)
Mlle. Renault - the Hypnotist's Adopted Daughter
 1913 When Men Hate (Short)
Ruth Morrison
 1913 The Mystery of Pine Creek Camp (Short)
 1913/II A Daughter of the Confederacy (Short)
 1913 Lady Peggy's Escape (Short)
Lady Peggy
 1913 The Wives of Jamestown (Short)
Lady Geraldine
 1912 The Shaughraun (Short)
Claire Ffoliott
 1912 The Mayor from Ireland (Short)
Bridget Donovan
 1912 Down Through the Ages (Short)
Miriam Morris / Kama
 1912 A Prisoner of the Harem (Short)
Alice Durand
 1912 Winning a Widow (Short)
An American Widow
 1912 Tragedy of the Desert (Short)
Miriam - the Doctor's Wife
 1912 Captured by Bedouins (Short)
Doris Barnett
 1912 An Arabian Tragedy (Short)
Lucashah / Ayub's 1st Wife
 1912 Missionaries in Darkest Africa (Short)
Faith Lawrence - the Missionary's Daughter
 1912 The Fighting Dervishes of the Desert (Short)
Zahrah - Daughter of the Coptic Priest
 1912 The Belle of New Orleans (Short)
 1912 Victim of Circumstances (Short)
Meg of the Everglades
 1912 Captain Rivera's Reward (Short)
 1912 You Remember Ellen (Short)
Ellen - Pride of the Village
 1912 Far from Erin's Isle (Short)
 1912/I The Vagabonds (Short)
 1912 His Mother (Short)
Miss Foster - the Banker's Daughter
 1912 The O'Neill (Short)
 1911/II Tangled Lives (Short)
 1911 Arrah-Na-Pogue
Arrah Meelish
 1911 The Fishermaid of Ballydavid (Short)
Kathleen - the Fishermaid of Ballydavid
 1911/I The Colleen Bawn (Short)
Eily O'Connor, the 'Colleen Bawn'
 1911 Losing to Win (Short)
Diana Grant
 1911 Rory O'More (Short)
 1911 Special Messenger (Short)
 1911 To the Aid of Stonewall Jackson (Short)
Nan, the Girl Spy
 1911 In Blossom Time (Short)
The Gardener's Daughter
 1911 The Carnival (Short)
The Wife
 1911 When the Dead Return (Short)
 1911 The Fiddle's Requiem (Short)
 1911 In Old Florida (Short)
Señorita Ana - The Spanish GIrl
 1911 The Lass Who Couldn't Forget (Short)
The Fishermaiden
 1911 A Saw Mill Hero (Short)
 1911 A War Time Escape (Short)
 1911 An Irish Honeymoon (Short)
The Bride
 1911 The Open Road (Short)
Zora the Gypsy
 1911 Little Sister (Short)
Little Sister
 1911 Robbie and the Redskins (Short)
Robbie's Mother
 1911 Her Chum's Brother (Short)
 1911 For Love of an Enemy (Short)
Hallie Colburn
 1910 The Stranger (Short)
 1910 The Little Spreewald Maiden (Short)
Frieda - the Spreewald Maiden
 1910 Seth's Temptation (Short)
 1910 A Lad from Old Ireland (Short)
 1910 The Heart of Edna Leslie (Short)
 1910 The Cow Puncher's Sweetheart (Short)
The Cow Puncher's Sweetheart
 1910 The Perversity of Fate (Short)
Marion Marlow
 1910 A Colonial Belle (Short)
 1910 A Daughter in Dixie (Short)
Betsy - a Daughter of Dixie
 1910 A Child's Faith (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1910 The Castaways (Short)
 1910 The Navajo's Bride (Short)
 1910 The Egret Hunter (Short)
 1910 The Forager (Short)
 1910 The Confederate Spy (Short)
 1910/I The Stepmother (Short)
 1910 The Man Who Lost (Short)
 1909 The Slave to Drink (Short)
 1909 The Law of the Mountains (Short)
 1909 The Cracker's Bride (Short)
 1908 As You Like It (Short)
 1908 The Girl and the Outlaw (Short)
Nellie Carson (unconfirmed)
 1908 Betrayed by a Handprint (Short)
Party Guest
 1908 The Stage Rustler (Short)
 1908 The Man in the Box (Short)
Gang Member
 1908 The Romance of an Egg (Short)
College Student
 1908 Thompson's Night Out (Short)
Mrs. Smith
 1908 Dolly, the Circus Queen (Short)
 1908 Hulda's Lovers (Short)
Hulda (unconfirmed)
 1908 Way Down East (Short)
 1908 Evangeline (Short)
 1906 Thaw-White Tragedy (Short)
 1906 Skyscrapers (Short)
 1906 The Paymaster (Short)
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[on director Sidney Olcott] He loved a fight and was as tenacious as a bulldog. His method of direction would not be tolerated today. Shouts, threats, sarcasm, bullying, cajoling, petting, he would try each in turn. But after the scene was over it was always the same--an arm thrown around the shoulder, compliments, enthusiasm. His people adored him, respected him and would (and did) risk their ... See more »


Following her retirement from film, she penned two novels. The manuscript for her 1928 autobiography titled "Blazing the Trail" is on display at the Film Library of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. See more »


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