~Silent Film Star Maude Fealy~

 
~Silent Film Star Maude Fealy~
Born Maude Hawk in Memphis, Tennessee, the daughter of actress and acting coach, Margaret Fealy. Her mother remarried to Rafaello Cavallo, the first conductor of the Pueblo, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Maude lived in Colorado off and on for most of her life. At the age of three, she performed on stage with her mother and went on to make her Broadway debut in the 1900 production of Quo Vadis, again with her mother. Between 1902 and 1905, she frequently toured with Sir Henry Irving's company in the United Kingdom and by 1907 was the star in touring productions in the United States. [edit] Personal life In Denver, she met a drama critic from a local newspaper named Louis Hugo Sherwin. The two married in secret because, as they expected, her domineering mother did not approve. The marriage soon ended in separation and a 1909 divorce following which she immediately married actor James Peter Durkin. That marriage also ended in divorce in 1917, and Fealy became involved in a lesbian love affair with actress Eva Le Gallienne. It was short lived, and soon after this Fealy married again to James E. Cort. This third marriage also ended in a 1923 annulment and would be her last. Rumors indicate that Fealy was lesbian, but that has never been confirmed beyond a doubt. [edit] Career and Retirement Maude Fealy appeared in her first silent film in 1911 for Thanhouser Studios, making another eighteen between then and 1917, after which she did not perform in film for another fourteen years. After leaving film, she organized a theatre company that put on performances at the Lakeside Theatre in Denver and the following year began touring the western half of the U.S. By the 1930s, she was living in Los Angeles where she became involved in the Federal Theatre Project and at age 50 returned to secondary roles in film. She continued to appear in film and perform on stage for most of the remainder of her life. Maude Fealy died in 1971 at the age of eighty eight at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California and was interred in the Abbey of the Psalms Mausoleum at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
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coracora2008

coracora2008 disse:

3850 days atrás
Stunning! and thank you to share with us her story 5*+++++++++
bozzieawesome

bozzieawesome disse:

3853 days atrás
wowoowwoow she is gorgeous, love this!!!and love the green and yellow together, amazing work girl!!!
swtjade

swtjade disse:

3855 days atrás
beautiful u should print these out and make them into wall art.. so beautiful
Janaína_Again

Janaína_Again disse:

3858 days atrás
Sensational!!!!
digalo43

digalo43 disse:

3858 days atrás
Beautiful, thanks for history!
aneczka1

aneczka1 disse:

3859 days atrás
Fantasic job!
Darklingangel

Darklingangel disse:

3859 days atrás
THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL AND I LUV THAT U ADDED SOME HISTORY ABOUT HER.
nanasangels

nanasangels disse:

3859 days atrás
Fantastic job, Mary! I love the yellow & green. Beautiful vintage--as always.

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