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Renée Adorée

Born 30 September 1898 (McCaffrey-Guide p. 18 says 30 September 1898, 1896, 1901 or 1902)
in Lille, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, as Jeanne Renée de la Fonté.
Died 5 October 1933 in [?] Sunland or Tujunga?, California, USA, of tuberculosis.

Married actor Tom Moore, 12 February 1921; divorced, 1924.
Married William Sherman Gill, 28 June 1927; divorced, 2 February 1929.

Renée Adorée began her entertainment career as a dancer in her father’s traveling troupe.

Renée appeared in productions by Fox Film Corporation (1920 and 1922), Goldwyn Pictures Corporation (1921), Buster Keaton Productions, Incorporated (1922), Universal Pictures Corporation (1923, 1927 and 1928), Louis B. Mayer Productions (1923-1924), William B. Brush Productions (1924), Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corporation (1924-1925), Gothic Pictures (1925), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corporation (1925-1929), Cosmopolitan Productions (1926), Caddo Company (1928), Ralph Block Productions (1928), and Cosmopolitan Productions (1929).

References: McCaffrey-Guide pp. 18-19; MoPicAlmanac-1929 p. 11 : Website-IMDb.

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