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Katharine Irving (I) (1907–1994)

Katharine Irving was born into a theatre family in New York City, New York. Her mother, Mary Katharine Gilman, left Stanford University in 1903 to begin her professional acting career, perhaps most notably as the female lead in George Ade's "Just Out of College," which ran for three years, on through her 1906 performances at New York's Lyceum ... See full bio »

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 1930 Madam Satan
Spider Girl
 1929 Words and Music
Showgirl (uncredited)
 1929 The Single Standard
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1928 Hit of the Show
Grace Wearing the Tuxedo Outfit (uncredited)
 1928 Telling the World
Society Editor (uncredited)

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Due to her statuesque height, she became a favorite model for the dress-designer Adrian, who used her as a fit model for many of Greta Garbo's dresses. Adrian also designed Irving's stunning "Spider Girl" costume for her part in Cecil B. de Mille's only and strikingly avant-garde musical, "Madame Satan.". See more »

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