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Charlotte Mineau

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Birthplace:   Michigan
French-born, Canadian-reared Charlotte Mineau became a regal presence at Essanay and Mutual in the mid-1910s, most notably in the comedies of Charles Chaplin, where she twice played Edna Purviance's mother: The Vagabond and The Count (both 1916). Ten years later, and in a complete change of pace, she was Gustav von Seyffertitz's slovenly wife in Mary Pickford's Sparrows. According to some reports, Mineau turned up, briefly and unbilled, in a party scene in the Marx Brothers' Monkey Business (1931).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet A Night in the Show (A Night at the Show ) (Charlie at the Show)
  • Actor
1964
No Score Yet Sugar Daddies
  • Actor
1927
No Score Yet Sparrows
  • Mrs. Grimes
1926
No Score Yet Happiness
  • Head Saleslady
1924
No Score Yet The Extra Girl
  • Belle Brown
1923
No Score Yet The Rink
  • Friend of Edna
1916
No Score Yet Behind the Screen
  • Actress
1916
No Score Yet The Count
  • Mrs Moneybags
1916
No Score Yet The Vagabond
  • Girl's Mother
1916
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin
  • Beautiful Store Detective
1916
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin
  • Ungrateful Woman
1916
No Score Yet His New Job (Charlie's New Job)
  • Film Star
1915

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