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Louise Orth was born on March 22, 1893 in Denver, Colorado, USA. She is an actress, known for The Manicure Girl (1914), Gem and Germs (1915) and Blame the Tailor (1914). She was previously married to William Widmann. See full bio »

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The Manicure Girl
The Manicure Girl The Manicure Girl
Gem and Germs
Blame the Tailor
The Avenging Dentist
The Avenging Dentist Billie's Sweetheart


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 1919 Three Black Eyes
Natalie Shelton
 1917 Mr. Shoestring in a Hole (Short)
The Woman
 1916 Spring Fever (Short)
The Second Girl
 1916 Bill's Narrow Escape (Short)
The Actress
 1916 For the Love of Mike and Rosie (Short)
Rosie Goldfinger
 1916 Blue Blood But Black Skin (Short)
Pinkey - the Belle
 1916 Elevating Father (Short)
 1916 Cupid at the Polo Game (Short)
The Champion's Sweetheart
 1916 Knocks and Opportunities (Short)
The Florist's Sweetheart
 1916 Mr. McIdiot's Assassination (Short)
The Woman
 1916 Billie's Reformation (Short)
Billie's Sweetheart
 1915 A Scandal at Sea (Short)
Barnacle's Wife
 1915 Sin on the Sabbath (Short)
Louise - the Girl
 1915 Stolen Hearts and Nickels (Short)
Sarah Green
 1915 Room and Board: A Dollar and a Half (Short)
The Sorceress
 1915 Married on Credit (Short)
 1915 Silk Hose and High Pressure (Short)
Louise - the Blonde Actress
 1915 Hello, Bill! (Short)
 1915 Shot in a Bar Room (Short)
The Village Belle
 1915 Life and Moving Pictures (Short) (unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1915 The Curse of Work (Short)
The Heiress
 1915 Vendetta in a Hospital (Short)
Senorita Paprika
 1915 Park Johnnies (Short)
The Lady in the Park
 1915 Mavis of the Glen (Short)
Mrs. Nainby
 1915 Hearts and Flames (Short)
Louise - the Plumber's Sweetheart
 1915 Bill's New Pal (Short)
 1915 The Avenging Dentist (Short)
Billie's Sweetheart
 1915 Almost a Scandal (Short)
The Flirty Wife
 1915 Father Was a Loafer (Short)
1st Nurse
 1915 The Death of Simon LaGree (Short)
The Village Belle
 1915 Thou Shalt Not Flirt (Short)
 1915 Cupid in a Hospital (Short)
 1915 Gem and Germs (Short)
 1914 The Manicure Girl (Short)
The Manicure Girl
 1914 Lizzy's Escape (Short)
The Country Girl
 1914 The Fatal Marriage (Short)
 1914 Partners in Crime (Short)
 1914 Love and Surgery (Short)
 1914 Seven Days (Short)
Bella Wilson
 1914 Rose o' My Heart (Short)
Rose Marston
 1914 Skelley's Birthday (Short)
Mary Skelley
 1914 Blame the Tailor (Short)
 1914 A Desperate Hero (Short)
The Wife
 1914 The Faddists (Short)
Mrs. Jenks
 1914 Buy Wool (Short)
The Daughter
 1914 Reggie the Daredevil (Short)
 1914 The Janitor's Revenge (Short) (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 The Suicide Pact (Short)
 1913 Oh, Sammy! (Short)
Sammy's Sweetheart
 1913 The Troublesome Mole (Short)
 1913 How the Day Was Saved (Short)
 1913 The Somnambulists (Short)
Mrs. Hennessy (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 He's a Lawyer (Short)
Dunn's Secretary
 1913 Mixed Nuts (Short)
Ophelia / Juliet (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 A Barber Cure (Short)
Flossie Fluff (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 An Evening with Wilder Spender (Short)
Dottie Dewdrop (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 A Fallen Hero (Short)
Mathilda (as Lillian Orth)
 1913 With the Aid of Phrenology (Short)
The Wife
 1913 The Hicksville Epicure (Short)
The Fashion Plate (as Lillian Orth)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Tillie's Nightmare (1910). Musical comedy. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Musical Director: George A. Nichols. Featuring songs by John Golden. Featuring songs with lyrics by John L. Golden. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Herald Square Theatre (from 5 May 1910 -9 Jul 1910 before hiatus, then ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Lillian Orth


5' 4" (1.63 m)

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