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Overview (3)

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Died in Roseburg, Oregon, USA  (stroke and heart attack)
Birth NameRose August Wenger

Mini Bio (1)

Helen Gibson was one of the earliest serial stars. In 1915 she took over the title role in The Hazards of Helen (1914) from Helen Holmes. Known for her athletic abilities and willingness to do dangerous but exciting stunts, she made the transition from serials to features easily. She was the second wife of cowboy star Hoot Gibson. After her starring days ended in the early 1920s, she went on to become one of the industry's best stunt women, while also taking small acting parts, until her retirement in early 1962.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: frankfob2@yahoo.com

Spouse (2)

Clifton Johnson (1935 - 10 October 1977) ( her death)
Hoot Gibson (6 September 1913 - 25 September 1920) ( divorced)

Trivia (1)

Regarded as the first professional stunt-woman.

Salary (2)

Ranch Girls on a Rampage (1912) $15 / week
Hollywood Story (1951) $55 /day

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