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Maude Fulton
Fulton in 1914
Born(1881-05-14)May 14, 1881
DiedNovember 9, 1950(1950-11-09) (aged 69)
Occupation(s)Actress, Playwright, Screenwriter
Years active1904–1950
SpouseRobert Ober (1920-1926; dissolved)

Maude Fulton (May 14, 1881 – November 9, 1950) was an American actress, playwright, stage director, theater manager, and later a Hollywood screenwriter.[1]

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Early life

Born in 1881 in El Dorado, Kansas, she was the daughter of newspaperman Titus Parker Fulton and Lulu Belle Couchman.[2] She grew up in El Dorado, Kansas and Lexington, Missouri, and worked as a stenographer, telegraph operator, and short story writer before becoming an actress. She first appeared on the stage in amateur productions in Aberdeen, South Dakota, in 1904.[3]

Career

On the opening night of Fulton's Broadway debut, in the cast of Mam'zelle Champagne (1906), Harry K. Thaw murdered architect Stanford White over the affections of Evelyn Nesbit.[4]

Maude Fulton and William Rock, circa 1913

In all, Fulton acted or danced in seven Broadway shows. She also appeared in vaudeville with William Rock,[3] whom she met when he choreographed her on Broadway in The Orchid (1907) and appeared with her in Funabashi (1908) and The Candy Shop (1909).[5]

Fulton's greatest personal success was the 1917 play The Brat, which ran for 136 performances. Written by Fulton, it was produced by Oliver Morosco, starred Fulton and John Findlay, and featured Lewis Stone and Edmund Lowe.[3][6] The Brat was made into a 1919 silent picture starring Alla Nazimova, a John Ford talkie in 1931, and again as The Girl From Avenue A in 1940, with Jane Withers, Elyse Knox, and Laura Hope Crews.[citation needed]

She wrote another play, The Humming Bird, which opened on Broadway in 1923. It starred Fulton and Hilda Spong, and was directed by and featured her then-husband Robert Ober.[7]

Maude Fulton, vaudeville entertainer, circa 1911.

During the silent era, Fulton wrote the intertitles for many pictures such as Lady Windermere's Fan (1925) with Ronald Colman and Don Juan (1926) with John Barrymore. She continued writing for films in Hollywood through the 1930s, with writing credits on a total of 21 pictures and acting credits on five.[8]

Personal life

Fulton and Ober were married from 1920–26, and had no children.[citation needed]

Death

She died on November 9, 1950, in a San Fernando, California, hospital, aged 69. Her cremated remains are interred in the vault at the Chapel Of The Pines Crematory, Los Angeles California. [1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Maude Fulton, 69, Stage Star, Dead. Noted Actress Here for Many Years Was Author of 'Brat' and 'The Humming Bird'". New York Times. November 11, 1950. Retrieved February 20, 2016.
  2. ^ Who Was Who in the Theatre 1912-1976 compiled from John Parker's annual editions; published by Gale Research 1976
  3. ^ a b c "Maude Fulton's Story," New York Times, March 25, 1917, pg. X5.
  4. ^ Mam'zelle Champagne details, IBDb.com database; accessed February 20, 2016.
  5. ^ William Rock profile, ibdb.com; accessed February 20, 2016.
  6. ^ The Brat details, ibdb.com; accessed February 20, 2016.
  7. ^ The Humming Bird details, imdb.com; accessed February 20, 2016.
  8. ^ Maude Fulton profile, imdb.com; accessed February 20, 2016.

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