Actress. She began her career as a member of Gus Edwards' legendary vaudeville troupe and appeared in a 107 films between 1917 to 1933. Her major genres were action westerns and she was regarded as one of the best horsewomen in the film business. Among her credits are "The Voice on the Wire" (1917), "The Jack of Hearts" (1919), "West Is Best" (1920), "Lone Fighter" (1923) and "Heroes of the Wild" (1927). Western actor Jack Perrin was her husband from 1920 until their divorce in 1937.
Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith
In loving memory, Mother, Grandmother, Actress