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Margaret Livingston

Born 25 November 1900 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
Died 13 December 1984 in Warrington, Pennsylvania, USA.

Sister of actress Ivy Livingston.
Married musician Paul Whiteman, 1931; until his death, 29 December 1967.

Margaret Livingston worked for a number of film studios, and is best remembered for her role as the woman from the city in Sunrise (1927). Livingston worked for Thomas H. Ince Productions (1920-1921), Fox Film Corporation (1921), Hunt Stromberg Productions (1921), Universal Pictures Corporation (1923-1925 and 1928-1929), Regal Pictures (1924), B.P. Schulberg Productions (1924), Fox Film Corporation (1925-1927), Tiffany-Stahl (1927), First National Pictures, Incorporated (1928), Columbia Pictures Corporation (1928), Gotham Productions (1928) and Radio-Keith-Orpheum Corporation (1929).

Margaret was a lover of Thomas H. Ince, and was with him on the infamous Hearst yacht trip which caused his death in 1924.

References: Website-IMDb.

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