Maude Fealy

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Maude Fealy

American stage and film actress who appeared in nearly every film made by Cecil B. DeMille in the post silent film era add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1883.

Countries: United States (22%), California (22%), UK (22%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: William Gillette, Mary Miles Minter

Linked to: Thanhouser Company, Famous Players Film Company, American Film Institute

 

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Maude Fealy was born in 1883 add something


1900

At the age of three, she performed on stage with her mother and went on to make her Broadway debut in the 1900 production of "Quo Vadis", again with her mother add something


1901

Fealy toured England with William Gillette in "Sherlock Holmes" from 1901 to 1902 add something


1902

Between 1902 and 1905, she frequently toured with Sir Henry Irving's company in the United Kingdom and by 1907 was the star in touring productions in the United States add something


1909

The couple soon separated, and a divorce in 1909 followed, with Fealy immediately marrying an actor named James Peter Durkin add something


1911

Fealy appeared in her first silent film in 1911 for Thanhouser Studios, making another eighteen between and 1917, after which she did not perform in film for another fourteen years add something


1912

During the summers of 1912 and 1913, she organized and starred with the Fealy-Durkin Company that put on performances at the Casino Theatre at Lakeside Amusement Park in Denver and the following year began touring the western half of the U.S. add something


1917

That marriage ended in divorce in 1917 add something


1922

Mary Miles Minter - In late 1922, several months following Taylor's death, Minter became romantically involved for a time with then-news correspondent of Los Angeles and movie critic Louis Sherwin, who had at one time been married to actress Maude Fealy


1923

This third marriage ended in a 1923 annulment and would be her last add something


1928

She co-wrote "The Red Cap" with Grant Stewart, a noted New York playwright and performer, which ran at the National Theatre in Chicago in August 1928 add something


1930

By the 1930s, she was living in Los Angeles where she became involved in the Federal Theatre Project and at age 50 returned to secondary roles in film, including an uncredited appearance in "The Ten Commandments" add something


1971

Fealy died in 1971, aged 88, at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles , California add something


Maude Fealy died in 1971 add something

 

Fealy died on November 10, 1971, aged 88, at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California add something