Betty Ross Clarke Actress

Betty Ross Clarke is a 73 years old actress from United States of America from Langdon, North Dakota. Betty Ross Clarke was born on April 19, 1896 (died on January 24, 1970, she was 73 years old) in Langdon, North Dakota.

Betty Ross Clarke

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Betty Ross Clarke was an American stage and film actress. She appeared in more than 30 films between 1920 and 1940, including silent and sound films, in both credited and uncredited roles. During the 1920s, Clarke appeared in 14 silent films, including 11 U. S. films, two British films and one German film. In the United States, she worked for film companies that included Famous Players-Lasky, Thomas H. Ince, and Vitagraph Studios. She played the female lead in the film If I Were King opposite William Farnum and had other starring roles in silent...
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Is Betty Ross Clarke still alive?

No, she died on 01/24/1970, 53 years ago. She was 73 years old when she died. She died in Los Angeles and buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park .

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Arthur Greville Collins

Arthur Greville Collins, American film director

She married with Arthur Greville Collins (123), on Saturday, May 28th, 1921. Betty Ross Clarke was 25 and Arthur Greville Collins was 24 years old. After 48 years, 7 months, in 1970 Betty passed away.

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Betty Ross Clarke Movies (19)

There are 19 movies of Betty Ross Clarke.

Her first feature film was Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932, as Mme. L'Espanaye). She was 35 when she starred in this movie. Since 1932, she has appeared in 19 feature films. The last one is Loews Christmas Greeting (The Hardy Family) (1939). In this movie, she played the character Aunt Millie Forrest .

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Betty Ross Clarke movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

What was Betty's zodiac sign?

Betty Ross Clarke zodiac sign was aries.

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