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Clara Kimball Young

Born 6 September 1890? in Chicago, Illinois, USA, as Clara Kimball.
Died 15 October 1960 at the Motion Picture Country Home in Woodland Hills, California, USA, of a stroke.

Daughter of actor Edward M. Kimball.
Married director James Young, circa 1912; divorced, 1919.
Married director Harry Garson, 1919; separated, 1922.
Married doctor Arthur Fauman, 1928; until his death, 1937.

Clara Kimball Young began film work for The Vitagraph Company of America in 1912. She appeared in more than 150 films before her screen retirement in 1943.

References: Website-IMDb.

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