Appeared in "Come-on Charlie" on Broadway. Written by George V. Hobart
. From the stories by Thomas Addison
. 48th Street Theatre: 8 Apr 1919-May 1919 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe
, Maurice Barrett, Millie Butterfield, Amy Leah Dennis, W.H. Dupont, Eunice Elliott, Edwardo Flammero, Dan Kelly, Frank...
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5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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[in March 1923, when a reporter told her that Cecil B. DeMille
was considering her to be his new leading actress] Wouldn't it be wonderful! Because he can so easily make every one of his actresses someone to really think about.
In her divorce proceedings from Jack Dempsey
, she received a settlement of $40,000 in cash, their $150,000 home, including all paintings and furniture, along with three cars. Dempsey remarked, "I resented her more than I disliked her. In fact, I would have taken her back if she had snapped her fingers. But she was glad to be free and away from me".
Her dark beauty
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