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Louise Glaum (1888–1970)


Louise Glaum was born on September 4, 1888 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was an actress and producer, known for Sex (1920), The Leopard Woman (1920) and The Goddess of Lost Lake (1918). She was married to Zachary M. Harris and Harry J. Edwards. She died on November 25, 1970 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1925 Fifty-Fifty
Nina Olmstead
 1921 Greater Than Love
Grace Merrill
 1921 I Am Guilty
Connie MacNair
 1920 Love
Natalie Storm
 1920 The Leopard Woman
Madame, the Leopard Woman
 1920 Love Madness
Mary Norwood
 1919 The Lone Wolf's Daughter
Princess Sonia / Sonia, her daughter
 1919 Sahara
Mignon
 1918 Staking His Life
Bubbles
 1918 The Goddess of Lost Lake
Mary Thorne
 1918 A Law Unto Herself
Alouette DeLarme
 1918 Wedlock
Maargery Harding
 1918 Shackled
Lola Dexter
 1918 An Alien Enemy
Neysa von Igel / Frau Meyer
 1917 Idolators
Viola Strathmore
 1917 Golden Rule Kate
Golden Rule Kate
 1917 A Strange Transgressor
Lola Montrose
 1917 Love or Justice
Nan Bishop
 1917 Sweetheart of the Doomed
Honore Zonlay
 1917 The Weaker Sex
Annette Loti
 1916 Somewhere in France
Marie Chaumontel
 1916 The Wolf Woman
Leila Aradella
 1916 Honor Thy Name
Viola Bretagne, 'The Moth'
 1916 Home
Daisy Flores
 1916 The Aryan
Trixie, 'the Firefly'
 1916 Hell's Hinges
Dolly
 1915 City of the Dead (Short)
Ameera
 1915 Matrimony (Short)
Thelma Iverson
 1915 The Iron Strain
Kitty Molloy
 1915 Keno Bates, Liar (Short)
Anita
 1915 The Toast of Death (Short)
Mlle. Poppea
 1915 The Golden Trail (Short)
 1915 When the Tide Came In (Short)
Miss Arnold
 1915 The Phantom Extra (Short)
Whalen's Confederate
 1915 Hearts and Swords (Short)
Rosa Gonzales
 1915/I The Reward (Short)
Trixie
 1915 The Secret of Lost River (Short)
White Dove
 1915 The Tavern Keeper's Son (Short)
Carmen - the Dance Hall Girl
 1915 The Conversion of Frosty Blake (Short)
Bubbles
 1915 The Darkening Trail
Fanny
 1915 The Renegade (Short)
Normah, a Slave Girl
 1915 The Cup of Life
Irene Bullard
 1915 A Case of Poison (Short)
Mrs. Barr
 1915 Winning Back (Short)
Yvette
 1915 College Days (Short)
Nell Saunders
 1915 The Customary Wife (Short)
 1915 A Lucky Blowout (Short)
Ruth
 1915 In the Land of the Otter (Short)
Anne
 1915 The Scrub (Short)
Marjorie Burgess - the Scrub
 1914 The Panther (Short)
Julie Ledru
 1914 Universal Ike in Mary Green's Husband (Short)
Mary Green
 1914 Universal Ike in the Neglected Wife (Short)
Louise
 1914 Universal Ike Junior in the 'Dear' Hunter (Short)
Louise Thatcher - the Ranch Owner's Daughter
 1914 Universal Ike Junior Nearly Gets Married (Short)
Susie - the Ranchman's Daughter
 1914 Universal Ike Junior on His Honeymoon (Short)
Ike's Bride
 1914 The Gangsters and the Girl (Short)
Undetermined Secondary Role
 1914 Universal Ike Junior's Legacy (Short)
Louise - Ike's Sweetheart
 1914 Universal Ike Junior in His City Elopement (Short)
Louise - the Hotel Waitress
 1914 Universal Ike Junior in Me, Him, and I (Short)
The Daughter
 1914 Universal Ike Junior and the Vampire (Short)
Zingara - a Gypsy Girl - the Vampire
 1914 Universal Ike Junior in a Case on the Doctor (Short)
Louise - the Doctor
 1914 Universal Ike Junior Bearly Won Her (Short)
Louise
 1914 Universal Ike in Pursuit of Eats (Short)
Mary
 1914 Universal Ike Almost a Hero (Short)
Louise
 1914 Universal Ike and the School Belle (Short)
The New Schoolteacher
 1914 When Universal Ike Set (Short)
Mary (unconfirmed)
 1914 Why Universal Ike Left Home (Short)
Mary
 1914 Universal Ike Goes Astray (Short)
Mary
 1914 The Award of Justice (Short)
Hester Hale - the Mountaineer's Daughter
 1914 Universal Ike's Wooing (Short)
Mary
 1914 Universal Ike Gets a Goat (Short)
Mary
 1914 Chasing the Smugglers (Short)
Doris Wellington
 1914 The Fatal Clues (Short)
Ethel Hawkins
 1914 Out in the Rain (Short)
Henry's Wife
 1914 The Convict's Story (Short)
Elizabeth - Lawrence's Sweetheart
 1914/II The Masquerader (Short)
Mildred - an Heiress
 1913 The Invisible Foe (Short)
Mary Stanley - Billy's Sweetheart
 1913 The Sign of the Snake (Short)
Edith - Hurd's Fiancée
 1913 The Efficacy of Prayer (Short)
White Dove
 1913/I The Impostor (Short)
Betty
 1913 For Mother's Sake (Short)
 1913 The Reaping (Short)
 1913 Loaded Dice (Short)
 1913 The Quakeress (Short)
Priscilla - the Village Girl
 1913 The Girls and Dad (Short)
One of the Girls
 1913 Old Mammy's Secret Code (Short)
Marion
 1913 The Seal of Silence (Short)
 1913/I The Boomerang (Short)
Virginia Chester
 1913 On Cupid's Highway (Short)
Louise
 1913 Her Hero's Predicament (Short)
Louise
 1913 The Country Cousin (Short)
Louise
 1913 His Friend, Jimmie (Short)
Louise
 1913 The Village Choir (Short)
Mary - the Minister's Daughter
 1913 Cupid's Assistants (Short)
Louise
 1912 Sharps and Chaps (Short)
Louise Canby
 1912 Making a Man of Her (Short)
 1912 The Lady Barber of Roaring Gulch (Short)
Marcia Allen
 1912 Her Friend, the Doctor (Short)
Jane Carston
 1912 Love and a Lemon (Short)
Mary Lemon - Suffragette
 1912 Hearts and Skirts (Short)
Mabel Russell, an Heiress
 1912 Those Lovesick Cowboys (Short)
Mabel Jones
 1912 The Girls and the Chaperone (Short)
Grace Cameron
 1912 The $2500 Bride (Short)
Barnet's Daughter - the Bride
 1912 A Stubborn Cupid (Short)
Bess
 1912 Jealousy on the Ranch (Short)
Nell Barclay (unconfirmed)
 1912/I When the Heart Calls (Short)
Mary Gordon, the Ranchman's Daughter
 1912 Brave Heart's Hidden Love (Short)
The Hidden Love
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Trivia:

At one time a serious rival to Theda Bara, a critic dubbed Louise the "best actress of all the screen vamps". As the vamp fad began to outstay its welcome, her popularity also declined. Louise's increase in girth further contributed to her leaving the industry in 1925. She continued to act on stage and on the East Coast vaudeville circuit. See more »

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