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Lois Meredith (1890–1967)

The daughter of a respectable psychologist, she was inspired to become an actress following a trip to Broadway in 1910 to see "The Girl With The Whooping Cough" starring Valeska Suratt. After receiving some education at the Professional Children's School she became active as a stage actress during the 1910s. She made her film debut in 1914 and ... See full bio »


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 1937 Conquest
Countess Potocka (uncredited)
 1921 L'inconnue (as Loïs Mérédith)
 1920 The Secret of Rosette Lambert
Rosette Lambert
 1918 On the Quiet
Agnes Colt
 1918 Her Mistake
Viola Shepard
 1918 Over the Top
Helen Lloyd
 1917 Sold at Auction
 1917 The Girl Who Can Cook (Short)
 1916 Spellbound
Elsie York
 1916/I The Precious Parcel
Jacqueline Bourbon
 1915 The Greater Will
Peggy Sloane
 1915 An Enemy to Society
Decima Duress
 1915 The Legacy of Folly (Short)
 1915 My Best Girl
Dora Lane
 1915 The Woman
Wanda Kelly
 1915 Help Wanted
Gertie Meyers
 1914 The Conspiracy
Margaret Holt
 1914 The Seats of the Mighty
 1914 Dan
Lila Dabney
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Other Works:

Help Wanted (1914). Written by Jack Lait. Directed by T. Daniel Frawley. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 11 Feb 1914- May 1914 (closing date unknown/92 performances). Undetermined role. Cast included: Charles A. Abbe, Katherine Emmett, M.S. Goldaine, Lorraine Huling, Desmond Kelley, Edna Mayo, John Miltern, Rosamond O'Kane, Jessie ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Loïs Mérédith


5' 7½" (1.71 m)

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Stage actress. Infrequently appeared on Broadway from 1911-1926. See more »

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