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Virginia Pearson

Born 7 March 1886 in Anchorage, Kentucky, USA, as Virginia Belle Pearson.
Died 6 June 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA, of uremic poisoning.

Married actor Sheldon Lewis, 191?; until Sheldon’s death, May 1958.

Virginia Pearson began her film career in the 1910s. She was a prominent star until Pearson and Lewis were forced to declare bankruptcy in 1924. Among her best-known films is The Phantom of the Opera (1925). She continued film acting until her screen retirement in 1932.

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