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Mary Foy (II) (1901–1987)

Mary Foy was born on August 15, 1901 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for A Favorite Fool (1915), Popular Players Off the Stage (1913) and Animated Weekly, No. 39 (1912). She was married to Lyle Latell. She died on December 13, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Favorite Fool
A Favorite Fool One of the Widow's Children
(1915)
Animated Weekly, No. 39
(1912)
Chips of the Old Block
Chips of the Old Block Herself - Member of the Foy Family
(1928)

Filmography

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 1962 House of Women
Inmate (uncredited)
 1915 A Favorite Fool (Short)
One of the Widow's Children (as Seven Little Foys)
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 1928 Chips of the Old Block (Short) (performer: "I Just Roll Along" - uncredited)
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 1928 Chips of the Old Block (Short)
Herself - Member of the Foy Family (uncredited)
 1928 The Foys for Joys (Short)
Herself - Member of the Foy Family (uncredited)
 1913 Popular Players Off the Stage (Documentary short)
Herself (as the Seven Little Foys)
 1912 Animated Weekly, No. 39 (Documentary short)
Herself
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Alternate Names:

Seven Little Foys | the Seven Little Foys
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Sister of Eddie Foy Jr., Bryan Foy, Charley Foy, Irving Foy, Madeline Foy, and Richard Foy. After their mother's death, their father incorporated them into his vaudeville act as "The Seven Little Foys." All of the Foy siblings (except Bryan, who directed) can be seen in the Vitaphone short Chips of the Old Block (1928). See more »

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