Broadway play "Zombie" by Kenneth Webb directed by Starke's husband George Sherwood.
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[Retrospectively on her career] I enjoyed it an awful lot, and it was very easy work, very easy. I just worked because I enjoyed it, and I enjoyed the money. Then I had some difficulties that I would like to forget, and now I'm through with it, and it's out of mind. It's hard for me to recall things.
Emotive, brown-haired and blue-eyed silent screen actress, a former movie extra discovered by D.W. Griffith
in a crowd scene in The Birth of a Nation
(1915). Later mentored by another director, Frank Borzage
, under whose tutelage she shot to stardom from 1917. Her career petered out after the coming of sound.