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Louise Brooks

Born 14 November 1906 in Cherryvale, Kansas, USA, as Mary Louise Brooks.
Died 8 August 1985 in Rochester, New York, USA, of a heart attack.

Maried director Edward Sutherland; divorced.

Louise Brooks began entertainment work as a professional dancer. Her work on Broadway led to an offer in films from Paramount. Acted in a series of Paramount films from the mid to late 1920s, before leaving the United States for work in Germany and her greatest artistic successes for director G.W. Pabst in the late 1920s.

References: Paris-Brooks.

Louise Brooks Silent Era Filmography

Book : Lulu in Hollywood by Louise Brooks

Book : Louise Brooks by Barry Paris

Book : Louise Brooks: Lulu Forever by Peter Cowie

Website : The Louise Brooks Society

Webpage : Kansapedia: Louise Brooks: Newspaper Articles

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