Dorothea Wolbert

Highest Rated: 92% The Front Page (1931)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A veteran character actress from Philadelphia who appeared onscreen from the late 1910s, surly looking Dorothea Wolbert (aka Ella Wolbert) was a favorite of low-budget entrepreneur J.P. McGowan, for whom she played scores of aunts and domestics. Wolbert's career lasted well into the television era and she is perhaps best remembered in the raffle sequence in the 1955 I Love Lucy episode "Rocky's European Booking."

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Three Husbands Cleaning Woman 1951
No Score Yet Crack-Up Old Lady 1946
No Score Yet The Gay Sisters Woman 1942
No Score Yet The Captain is a Lady Old Lady 1940
No Score Yet Invisible Stripes Flower Woman 1939
No Score Yet Motive for Revenge Actor 1935
No Score Yet Vagabond Lady Scrub Woman 1935
No Score Yet The Painted Veil Stuttering Woman 1934
No Score Yet The Scarlet Letter Mistress Allerton (uncredited) 1934
88% Hallelujah, I'm a Bum Apple Mary 1933
No Score Yet Two Seconds Lizzie 1932
No Score Yet Shopworn Actor 1932
92% The Front Page Jenny 1931
No Score Yet The Medicine Man Sister Wilson 1930
No Score Yet Borrowed Wives Aunt Mary 1930
No Score Yet Love and Learn Maid 1928
No Score Yet Woman of the World Annie 1925

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet I Love Lucy
1951-1957
Dorothea Wolbert
  • 1955

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