Marjorie Daw

Marjorie Daw

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  • Birthday: Jan 19, 1902
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  • Colorado-born Marjorie Daw was trained for an operatic career. At age 13, Daw became a protégée of opera diva Geraldine Farrar, appearing in Farrar's film version of Joan the Woman (1916) and several other Cecil B. De Mille-directed productions. By the time she was 16, she was leading lady to Douglas Fairbanks Sr. in such films as The Knickerbocker Buckaroo (1918) and His Majesty the American (1919). Her first husband was filmmaker A. Edward Sutherland, who curiously never served as her director. Ostensibly retiring from films when sound came in, Marjorie Daw reportedly played bits in a few scattered talkies.

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No Score Yet His Master's Voice Mary Blake 1925
No Score Yet Penrod Margaret 1922
No Score Yet The Pride of Palomar Kay Parker 1922
No Score Yet His Majesty the American Felice, Countess of Montenac 1919
No Score Yet A Modern Musketeer Elsie Dodge 1917
No Score Yet Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Emma Jane Perkins 1917
No Score Yet Joan the Woman Katherine 1916
No Score Yet Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer Actor 1916

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