Mae Gaston

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Actress - USA
Born November 11, 1885 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Died May 27, 1962 in Sonoma, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Mae Gaston was born under the given name Mary Lloyd Warrener on November 11, 1885 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Bill joins the W.W.W.s (1914), The Tear that burned (1914), Rose Leaves (1915), Mae Gaston's first movie on record is from 1914. Mae Gaston died on May 27, 1962 in Sonoma, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1918.

Mae Gaston Filmography [Auszug]
1918: The Silent Mystery (Cast: Betty Graham), Directed by Francis Ford, with Francis Ford, Rosemary Theby,
1918: The Craving (Delirium) (Cast: Beulah Grey), Directed by Francis Ford, with Francis Ford, Peter Fitzgerald,
1917: John Ermine of Yellowstone (Cast: Katherine Searles), Directed by Francis Ford, with Francis Ford, Mark Fenton,
1917: Who Was the Other Man? (Cast: Marion Washburn), Directed by Francis Ford, with Francis Ford, Duke Worne, William T. Horne,
1917: The Painted Lie (Cast: Diana Welland), Directed by Harrish Ingraham, Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Harrish Ingraham,
1916: The Spite Husband (Cast: Catherine Mortimer), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur, Ida Lewis,
1916: The Haunting Symphony (Cast: Marcia Redmond), Directed by Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Claude N. Mortensen, Fred Montague,
1916: The Wasted Years (Cast: June), Directed by Robert Broadwell, with Crane Wilbur, Joseph Hazelton, M.D. Morgan,
1916: His Return (Cast), Directed by Cleo Madison, with Cleo Madison, Jack Pryce,
1915: Father and the Boys (Cast: Frances Berkeley), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Digby Bell, Louise Lovely, Harry Ham,
1915: Rose Leaves (Cast: Mildred Harrison / Wife / Rose Harrison / Daughter), Directed by N. N., with Raymond Wells, Ray Myers,
1915: Balance (Cast: Madge), Directed by Joseph Belmont, with Allan Stone,
1915: The Lone Star Rush (Cast: Hilda), Directed by Edmund Mitchell, with Robert Frazer, Charles Arling,
1914: Ethel Has a Steady (Cast: Mr. Hadley's Fiancee), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Fay Tincher, Tammany Young, Tod Browning,
1914: The Tear that burned (Cast: The Mother's Maid), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Lillian Gish, Blanche Sweet, Josephine Crowell,
1914: Ethel's Roof Party (Cast: Party Guest), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Fay Tincher, Tammany Young, Joseph Belmont,
1914: Bill joins the W.W.W.s (Cast: Minnie ), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Tammany Young, Fay Tincher, Tod Browning,
1914: Bill Takes a Lady Out to Lunch... Never Again (Cast: Genevieve Reilly), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Tammany Young, Fay Tincher, Tod Browning,

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