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Beatrice Dominguez

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Beatrice Dominguez
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Beatriz Dominguez

6 September 1896
Chihuahua, Mexico
Died27 February 1921 (aged 24)
Los Angeles, California, US
OccupationDancer, actress

Beatrice Dominguez (born Beatriz Dominguez, and often billed as "La Bella Sevilla";[1] 6 September 1896 – 27 February 1921) was a Mexican-American actress and dancer who was active in Hollywood during the silent era.[2]


Beatrice was born in either San Bernardino, California, or Chihuahua, Mexico, to José Dominguez and Petra Valencia.[3] In any case, Beatrice spent most of her childhood in Southern California, and as a teenager, she became an entertainer in Los Angeles.[4] Acclaimed for her work as a dancer, she soon garnered roles in a wide range of Hollywood films, including a memorable tango performance with Rudolph Valentino in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921).

While filming the film The White Horseman in 1921, she suffered a ruptured appendix and was rushed to Clara Barton Hospital. Two operations could not save her, and she died at age 24.[5] Her role in The White Horseman was completed with the assistance of a stand-in who was about Beatrice's height.[6]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ R. Ellenberger, Allan. "Beatrice Dominguez: Valentino's "La Bella Sevilla"". HOLLYWOODLAND. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Inland Empire woman's dance scene with Valentino was also her last". Daily Bulletin. 18 November 2019. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Reel Chatter by the Chatterbox". The Pittsburgh Press. 3 March 1921. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  4. ^ "Announce a New Member of Cast". The Long Beach Telegram. 17 March 1919. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  5. ^ "Beatrice Dominguez Funeral Tomorrow". Los Angeles Evening Express. 2 March 1921. Retrieved 26 July 2021. Note: on-line access to this reference requires a subscription.
  6. ^ "Movie Facts and Fancies". The Boston Globe. 25 June 1921. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
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