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Louise Carver
The Extra Girl (1923) - 21.jpg
Still from The Extra Girl (1923) with Louise Carver and Mabel Normand
Born
Mary Louise Stieger

(1869-06-09)June 9, 1869
DiedJune 19, 1956(1956-06-19) (aged 87)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other namesLouise Spilger Murray
Louise Carver Murray
OccupationActress
Years active1908-1941
Spouse(s)Tom Murray (?-1935) (his death)

Louise Carver (June 9, 1869 - June 19, 1956) was an American actress who performed in grand opera, stage, nickelodeon, and motion pictures.

Early years and career

Born Mary Louise Steiger in Davenport, Iowa, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Stieger.[1]

Carver made her first appearance on stage as a teenager, and her grand opera debut came at the Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, Illinois in 1892.[2] In 1908, she made her screen debut in Macbeth. She came to national prominence as a comedian in Mack Sennett silent films such as The Hollywood Kid (1924). One of her bigger roles on stage was as the leading lady of Lew Fields in Mrs. Henpecks, which played on Broadway for months in 1912–1913. Her final screen credits are from 1941. This year, she made Love at First Fright and had uncredited roles in Tight Shoes and Some More of Samoa.

Personal life and death

She married Tom Murray in 1935 becoming (Mary) Louise Steiger Murray.

On January 19, 1956, Carver died at her home in Los Angeles, California, aged 87.[2] Her funeral was conducted at Hollywood Chapel and she was buried in Chapel of the Pines Crematory.

Partial filmography

References

  1. ^ Wundram, Bill (January 21, 1956). "Filmland Mourns Davenport 'Star'". Morning Democrat. Iowa, Davenport. p. 1. Retrieved April 8, 2018 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  2. ^ a b "Louise Carver, Star of Films and Stage". The New York Times. January 21, 1956. p. 21. ProQuest 113569118. Retrieved February 15, 2021 – via ProQuest.

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