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Marie Shotwell (1880–1934)

Marie Shotwell was born on March 21, 1880 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Running Wild (1927), The Woman and the Beast (1917) and Sally of the Sawdust (1925). She died on September 18, 1934 in Long Island City, New York. See full bio »
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Running Wild
Running Wild Mrs. Elmer Finch
Sally of the Sawdust
Sally of the Sawdust Society Lady
The Witching Hour
The Witching Hour Helen Whipple


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 1927 One Woman to Another
Mrs. Gray
 1927/I Running Wild
Mrs. Elmer Finch
 1925 Lovers in Quarantine
Mrs. Borroughs
 1925 Shore Leave
Mrs. Schuyler-Payne
 1925 Sally of the Sawdust
Society Lady
 1925 The Manicure Girl
Mrs. Wainwright
 1924 Love of Women
Eugenie Redfield
 1923 Does It Pay?
Mrs. Clark
 1922 Shackles of Gold
Mrs. Van Dusen
 1921 Her Lord and Master
Mrs. Stillwater
 1920 Blackbirds
Edna Crocker
 1920 The Master Mind
 1920 Civilian Clothes
Mrs. Smythe
 1920 The Evil Eye
Mrs. David Bruce
 1920 The Harvest Moon
Mrs. Winthrop
 1920 Chains of Evidence
Mrs. Frank Sturgis
 1919 The Thirteenth Chair
Madame LaGrange
 1919 The Echo of Youth
Ruth Carlyle Graham
 1918 Miss Innocence
Fay Gonard
 1917 Married in Name Only
Mrs. Worthing
 1917 The Warfare of the Flesh
Undetermined Role in Prologue
 1917 Enlighten Thy Daughter
Minna Stevens
 1916 The Witching Hour
Helen Whipple
 1916 The Pillory
Mrs. Reed
 1916 The Heart of a Mermaid (Short)
Mrs. Wainwright - Dora's Mother
 1915 The Tale of the 'C' (Short)
The Widow
 1915 Under Southern Skies
Mrs. Hampton
 1915 The Taming of Mary (Short)
Mrs. Schuyler - Mary's Mother
 1915 God's Witness
Undetermined Role

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The First Gentleman of Europe. Written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and George Fleming. Lyceum Theatre: 25 Jan 1897- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: James K. Hackett (as "George IV"), Mary Mannering (as "Daphne"), Edward Morgan (as "George Carteret"), Marie Shotwell (as "Lady Sark"). Produced by Daniel Frohman. See more »

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5' 7½" (1.71 m)

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Convent-educated stage and screen actress of the 1910's and 20's, also a wealthy San Francisco socialite. Entered films after many years in stock companies, notably with Daniel Frohman. Briefly a leading lady with Thanhouser, 1916-17. At Astoria in New York during the 20's.

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