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Pauline Frederick

Born 12 August 1883 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, as Pauline Beatrice Libby.
Died 19 September 1938 in Beverly Hills, California, USA, of asthma complications.

Married Frank Mills Andrews (a Boston, Massachusetts, lawyer), 8 September 1909.
Married actor and playwright Willard Mack, September 1917; divorced.
Married Charles Alton Rutherford (her second cousin and a Seattle, Washington, doctor), 4 February 1922, in Santa Ana, California; divorced?
Married Hugh C. Leighton, 19 April 1930.
Married Joseph A. Marmon, 21 January 1934; until Joseph’s death, December 1934.

Pauline Frederick worked for Famous Players Film Company in 1915-1917, Famous Players-Lasky Corporation in 1918, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation in 1920-1921, R-C Pictures Corporation in 1921 and 1926, The Vitagraph Company of America in 1923, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation in 1924, Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated, in 1924 and 1928, Universal Pictures Corporation in 1924, Chadwick Pictures Corporation in 1926, and Excellent Pictures in 1927.

References: Screenland-192204 p. 4 : Website-IMDb.

 
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