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Catherine Wallace (I) (1883–1951)

Catherine Wallace was born on September 20, 1883 in England. She was an actress, known for Illusion (1929), The Fourth Commandment (1927) and The Sealed Envelope (1919). She died on January 23, 1951 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Illusion Mrs. Z


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 1946 The Beast with Five Fingers
Mourner (uncredited)
 1945 Those Endearing Young Charms
Woman (uncredited)
 1943 The Man from Down Under
Minister's Wife (uncredited)
 1942 Are Husbands Necessary?
Bit (uncredited)
 1942 Reap the Wild Wind
Ball Guest (uncredited)
 1941 West Point Widow
Woman at Bar (uncredited)
 1940 Moon Over Burma
Plantation owner's wife
 1940 Stranger on the Third Floor
Woman (uncredited)
 1937 When You're in Love
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1934 Broadway Bill (uncredited)
 1934 Lady by Choice
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1930 Red Heads (Short)
Redheaded Model (as Katherine Wallace)
 1929 Illusion
Mrs. Z
 1927 The Fourth Commandment
Mrs. Miller
 1924 Daring Chances
Ethel Slavin
 1924 The Guilty One
Bess Maynard
 1920 Cupid the Cowpuncher
Rose (as Katherine Wallace)
 1920 Jenny Be Good
Polly Primrose
 1919 Toby's Bow
 1919 The Sealed Envelope
Madge (as Katherine Wallace)

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Alternate Names:

Katherine Wallace

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Personal Quote:

Listen earnestly to everything your little kids tell you. If they can't trust you with the little stuff when they're little, they won't trust you with the big stuff when they're big. It's always been big stuff to them.


Aunt of Actress Ruth Clifford.

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