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Gertrude Selby (1890–1975)

Gertrude Selby was born on May 25, 1890 in Michigan, USA. She was an actress, known for A Child of Mystery (1916), The Double Room Mystery (1917) and Kidder and Ko (1918). She died on June 22, 1975 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

A Child of Mystery
(1916)
The Double Room Mystery
The Double Room Mystery Suzanne - a Slavey
(1917)
Kidder and Ko
Kidder and Ko Julie Knight
(1918)
The Sign of the Poppy
The Sign of the Poppy Edith Marston
(1916)

Filmography

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 1920 Pardon Me (Short)
 1920 Hubby's Mistake (Short)
 1920 Neptune's Step-Daughter (Short)
 1919 Money Talks (Short)
 1919 Easy to Make Money
Ethel Wheeler
 1918 The Son of a Hun (Short)
 1918 Mongrels (Short)
 1918 Who's Your Father? (Short)
 1918 Kidder and Ko
Julie Knight
 1918 Twenty-One
Dixie Charlton
 1917 His College Proxy (Short)
 1917 Hubby's Holiday (Short)
 1917 Damaged, No Goods (Short)
Gertrude
 1917 Too Much Elephant (Short)
 1917 His Smashing Career (Short)
Gertrude
 1917 The End of a Perfect Day (Short)
Gertie
 1917 The Double Room Mystery
Suzanne - a Slavey
 1916 A Child of Mystery
Carlotta
 1916 The Sign of the Poppy
Edith Marston
 1916 She Wanted a Ford (Short)
 1916 Lured But Cured (Short)
Alice Peabody
 1916 A Desperate Remedy (Short)
Gloria
 1916 The Small Magnetic Hand (Short)
Sylvia
 1916 Crooked from the Start (Short)
Gertie
 1916 Snoring in High C (Short)
The Wife
 1916 Spring Fever (Short)
The First Girl
 1916 Getting the Goods on Gertie (Short)
Gertie - the Wife
 1916 Dirty Work in a Beanery (Short)
The Cashier
 1916 Gertie's Gasoline Glide (Short)
Gaby
 1916 Mr. Buddy Briggs, Burglar (Short)
The Maid
 1916 Gertie's Awful Fix (Short)
Gertie - Mrs. Newlywed
 1916 A September Mourning (Short)
The Girl
 1916 Sea Dogs and Land Rats (Short)
Gertie
 1916 Gertie's Busy Day (Short)
Gertie
 1916 Billie's Reformation (Short)
 1916 Pants and Petticoats (Short)
Gertrude
 1915 Greed and Gasoline (Short)
Gertie - the Wife
 1915 Tears and Sunshine (Short)
Miss Whosis - the Daughter
 1915 Under New Management (Short)
Gertie - the Stenographer
 1915 Scandal in the Family (Short)
The Girl
 1915 Gertie's Joy Ride (Short)
Gertie
 1915 Hello, Bill! (Short)
 1915 Life and Moving Pictures (Short)
Eva - the Screen Bride
 1915 Blue Blood and Yellow Backs (Short)
Miss de Millyons - Heiress
 1915 Broken Hearts and Pledges (Short)
Hank's Sweetheart
 1915 Under the Table (Short)
The Young Wife
 1915 A Change in Lovers (Short)
 1915 Rough But Romantic (Short)
Hank's Sweetheart
 1915 Bill's New Pal (Short)
The Cashier
 1915 Father Was a Loafer (Short)
Miss Rocks - the Heiress
 1915 After Her Millions (Short)
Gertrude - the Millionairess
 1914 The Rural Demons (Short)
The Farmer's Daughter
 1914 Lizzy's Escape (Short)
 1914 The Fatal Marriage (Short)
 1914 Partners in Crime (Short)
 1914 Love and Surgery (Short)
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American silent screen comedienne with prior vaudeville experience. First star signed by Lehrman's L-KO company, 1914-16. Later appeared in Fox's 'Sunshine Comedies' (1917-18).

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