Rosemary Theby

 

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Rosemary Theby var en skådespelare. Hen föddes i St. Louis, Missouri, USA den 8 april 1892. Rosemary Theby dog 10 november 1973, hen blev 81 år. Hen är känd för bland annat The Mills of the Gods (1912), You Can't Take It With You (1938), Terror Island (1920), Vogues of 1938 (1938) och The Port of Missing Girls (1928).

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Rosemary Theby

Född 1892-04-08 (130 år sedan) i St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Död 1973-11-10 (81 år).

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Rosemary Theby (April 8, 1892 - November 10, 1973) was an

American film actress. She appeared in some 250 films between 1911 and 1940.

Born Rosemary Theresa Theby in St. Louis, Missouri, Theby

studied at Sargent's School in New York. A contemporary newspaper account

described her as being of "medium-height, well proportioned, with regular

features and dark hair".

Her first film experience came in the Vitagraph production

of The Wager. By 1915, she was a star for the Universal film company. During

World War I Theby took care of a refugee from Lithuania. After being educated

and cared for by Theby, the young woman became her maid during an acute

shortage of maids in Hollywood, in 1920.

As Miss Corintee in The Great Love (1918), Theby played the

part of a German spy with great skill. The film was written and directed by

D.W. Griffith. This was a vamp role which she began to play frequently after

depicting characters in slapstick comedies. Theby played a Chinese vampire in

Clung, a Fox Film production directed by Emmett Flynn. Later she began to

portray more serious women.

Theby was solely a film actress. She declined an offer to

accompany Chauncey Olcott to appear on stage for $85 per week. At the time she

was earning $125 weekly in movies. She later regretted her decision because of

the experience she would have gained.

Theby was married to fellow actor and director Harry Myers.

After Meyers' death in 1938, she married Truitt Hughes to whom she remained

married until her death. She lived for years at 1907 Wilcox Avenue in Los

Angeles.

Theby supported Calvin Coolidge in the 1924 presidential

election. Theby enjoyed playing golf, wearing her hair in a Bob cut, and

possessed a preoccupation with personal cleanliness. On screen she appeared

tall and willowy, entering a scene, according to one review in the Los Angeles

Times, with a "sensuous glide".

Theby died of circulatory shock on November 10, 1973, at the

age of 81.

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