Marguerite Snow

Marguerite Snow (9 September 1889, Savannah, Georgia - 17 February 1958, Los Angeles, California) was an American silent film actress. Her father was a comedian. She was educated in Denver, Colorado at the Loretta Heights Academy. Miss Snow became an actress at an early age. She gained prominence in movies following a successful stage career. One of her theatrical efforts was a Broadway production. Marguerite Snow starred in motion pictures for the Thanhouser Film Company in New Rochelle, New York and the old Metro Pictures studio before it became MGM. Her film career began early in the silent era, 1911. Some of her feature pictures are Baseball and Bloomers (1911), A Niagara Honeymoon (1912), The Caged Bird (1913), Broadway Jones (1917), The Veiled Woman (1922), and Kit Carson Over The Great Divide (1925). In Broadway Jones Marguerite played a pretty stenographer at the Jones' gun factory as the movie's leading lady. This was the first Artcraft photoplay of George M. Cohan. She never made a movie after the introduction of sound to films. The actress was married twice. Her first wedding was to James Bosen, a director, whose professional name was James Cruze.


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