A beautiful leading lady of the 1920s, New York-born Katherine Perry (sometimes given as Kathryn Perry) was billed as "Mrs. Owen Moore" in While Girls Leave Home (1921), in which she played a gold digger. A former Ziegfeld girl, Perry had, according to her publicity, once been voted The Most Beautiful Girl in New York. Owen Moore, whose stormy first marriage to Mary Pickford had created headlines for years, wed Miss Perry in 1921 and they went on to appear in a total of six films together, including the 1929 talkie Side Street. The union lasted until Moore's death in 1939. Retired from show business after a few bit parts in the mid-'30s, Katherine Perry spent her final years at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA.