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Edith Roberts

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Occupation  Actress, vaudevillian
Children  Robert Carter
Spouse  Harold Carter (m. ?–1935)

Role  Film actress
Name  Edith Roberts
Siblings  Leona Roberts
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Born  September 17, 1899New York City, New York, U.S.
Died  August 20, 1935, Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies  The Age of Innocence, The Deciding Kiss, Saturday Night
Similar People  Leona Roberts, Cecil B DeMille, Allan Dwan, Norman Dawn, Edward Sedgwick

Edith Roberts (September 17, 1899 – August 20, 1935) was an American silent film actress from New York City. She was a child performer in vaudeville before she came to Hollywood in 1915. Among her more than 150 screen credits are roles in Seven Keys to Baldpate (1925), Big Brother (1923), The Wagon Master (1929), and The Mystery Club (1926). Her final film role was in Two O'Clock in the Morning (1929).


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In private life she was Mrs. Harold Carter. She died, aged 35, from septicemia at the Hollywood Hospital in 1935, shortly after giving birth to a son, Robert, her only child. A Christian Science memorial service was conducted at the chapel at Hollywood Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. Her sister was the actress Leona Roberts, and she was an aunt of Josephine Hutchinson.

Selected filmography

  • When the Call Came (1915)
  • Billy's College Job (1915)
  • The Trail of the Wild Wolf (1916)
  • Cinders (1916)
  • The Brazen Beauty (1918)
  • The Deciding Kiss (1918)
  • Set Free (1918)
  • Bill Henry (1919)
  • Flesh and Blood (1922)
  • Saturday Night (1922)
  • Backbone (1923)
  • Twenty Dollars a Week (1924)
  • The Age of Innocence (1924)
  • Thy Name Is Woman (1924)
  • Roaring Rails (1924)
  • Three Keys (1925)
  • On Thin Ice (1925)
  • Seven Keys to Baldpate (1925)
  • There You Are! (1926)
  • The Jazz Girl (1926)
  • The Adorable Outcast (1928)
  • The Phantom of the North (1929)
  • References

    Edith Roberts Wikipedia