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Years active  1911-1929
Name  Mae Hotely
Role  Film actress

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Born  October 7, 1872 (1872-10-07) Maryland, USA
Died  April 6, 1954, Coronado, California, United States
Spouse  Arthur Hotaling (m. ?–1938)
Movies  Matilda's Legacy, A Lucky Strike, The Female Cop
People also search for  Arthur Hotaling, Jerold T. Hevener, John A. Murphy, Harry Myers, Albert G. Price

Mae Hotely (October 7, 1872 – April 6, 1954) was an American silent film actress. She appeared in 85 films between 1911 and 1929.

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Born in Maryland as Maye Shearor, in August 1902 she married the film director Arthur Hotaling, creating her stage name as a play on his. She died in Coronado, California.

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Selected filmography

  • Her Choice (1915)
  • Matilda's Legacy (1915)
  • A Lucky Strike (1915)
  • Baby (1915)
  • The Twin Sister (1915)
  • What He Forgot (1915)
  • Who's Boss? (1914)
  • Long May It Wave (1914)
  • The Female Cop (1914)
  • Building a Fire (1914)
  • Casey's Birthday (1914)
  • References

    Mae Hotely Wikipedia


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