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||June 6, 1956
||October 26, 1881
||Cause of Death:
||London, England, GB
RATE AND COMMENT
Raised and educated in the US
Was playing leads onstage before the turn of the century
Made feature film debut recreating her stage role in Tod Browning's film adaptation of "The Thirteenth Chair", written by her husband Bayard Veiller
Acted on Broadway in one of her most notable successes as a character actress, "Tobacco Road"
Began acting regularly in films with "Victory"
Received an Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress for "Sergeant York"
Played best-remembered feature film role in "White Heat"
Played Mrs. Brown, the heroine's mother, on the short-lived NBC comedy-drama series, "Claudia: The Story of a Marriage"
Acted in last films, "The President's Lady" and "That Man from Tangier"