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Elita Proctor Otis (1851–1927)

Elita Proctor Otis was born in 1851 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. She was an actress, known for The Torrent (1921), The Greyhound (1914) and Oliver Twist (1909). She died on August 10, 1927 in Pelham, New York, USA. See full bio »

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(age 76) in Pelham, New York, USA

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 1926 Miss Nobody
Miriam Arnold (as Oleta Otis)
 1925 The Lost Express
Mrs. Arthur Standish
 1923 Refuge
The Princess (as Olita Otis)
 1922 The Infidel
Miss Parliss (as Oleta Otis)
 1921 The Secret of the Hills
Mrs. Miltimore (as Oleta Otis)
 1921 While the Devil Laughs
Pearl De La Marr (as Oleta Ottis)
 1921 The Torrent
Anne Mayhew (as Oleta Ottis)
 1920 Under Northern Lights
Madge Carson (as Oleta Ottis)
 1920 The Triflers
Effie Stilwell (as Olita Otis)
 1915 The Amazing Mr. Fellman
Kitty Doyle
 1914 The Greyhound
'Deep Sea Kitty' Doyle
 1914 The Great Diamond Robbery
Mother Rosenbaum
 1909 Les Miserables (Part I) (Short)
 1909 Oliver Twist (Short)
Nancy Sykes
 1909 Adventures of a Drummer Boy (Short) (as Elita Otis)
 1907 Oliver Twist (Short)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Mary's Lamb. Musical comedy. See more »

Alternate Names:

Elita Otis | Oleta Otis | Olita Otis | Oleta Ottis
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Silent screen character actress with extensive stage experience. A banker's daughter and direct descendant of the poetess Adelaide Proctor, she acted on Broadway from 1897.

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