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Peggy Prevost (1904–1965)

Peggy Prevost was born on April 22, 1904 in Denver, Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for Uncle Tom's Caboose (1920), Hello Trouble (1918) and Should Tailors Trifle? (1920). She died on March 6, 1965 in San Diego, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Uncle Tom's Caboose
(1920)
Hello Trouble
Hello Trouble His devoted wife
(1918)
Should Tailors Trifle?
(1920)
Hearts in Hock
Hearts in Hock Actress
(1919)

Filmography

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 1925 Under the Rouge
Maybelle
 1923 The Fog
Edith Forge (as Marjorie Prevost)
 1921 The Little Fool (as Marjorie Prevost)
 1921 The Old Swimmin' Hole
Esther (as Marjorie Prevost)
 1920 Uncle Tom's Caboose (Short)
 1920 Should Tailors Trifle? (Short)
 1919 Hearts in Hock (Short)
 1919 Oh! Ethel! (Short)
 1918 Painless Love (Short)
Swimming pool manager
 1918 Hello Trouble (Short)
His devoted wife
 1918 Lend Me Your Name
Phyllis
 1917 Hero for a Minute (Short)
The Maid
 1917 Even as Him and Her (Short)
Mrs. Spifflegoofer
 1917 His Final Blowout (Short)
 1917 Suds of Love (Short)
 1916 Luke's Fireworks Fizzle (Short) (as Marjory Prevost)
 1916 Luke, Rank Impersonator (Short) (as Marjory Prevost)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Marjorie Prevost | Marjory Prevost
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

We all knock around a bit before we find what we want, and that's what I was doing when I was in front of the camera. But why anyone should want to be in the movies when they could have such fascinating work as I now have is beyond me. Let 'em have their big salaries and fame and let me go right on learning to be the best decorator in the world. No more movies for me! [1930]

Trivia:

Left acting to work behind the scenes in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's art department as Cedric Gibbons's assistant. See more »

Star Sign:

Taurus

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