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Actress, Margaret Livingston, was born on Nov 25, 1900 in Salt Lake City, UT. Livingston died at the age of 84 on Dec 13, 1984 in Warrington, Pennsylvania and was laid to rest in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing Cemetery in Ewing, NJ.

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By Dawn on Feb 5, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(November 25, 1900 – December 13, 1985). Best known for her work during the silent film era. Her older sister Ivy also became a film actress. She made over 50 films during the "silent era", and a further 20 films after she made the transition to sound film. One of her most... Read full article


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Brunette leading lady of Scottish and Swedish ancestry. From the age of sixteen, she played leading roles in the silents, usually as vamps or the 'other woman'. Her voice presented no problem for her when talking pictures came into vogue, in fact, she dubbed for Louise Brooks in the 1929 mystery 'The Canary Murder Case'. She retired from films in the mid-30s to concentrate on her marriage to bandleader Paul Whiteman and co-authoring a book about her overweight husband, entitled 'Whiteman's Burden'.

Younger sister of actress Ivy Livingston.

Mistress of Thomas H. Ince and on the fateful trip aboard the Hearst yacht when Ince was shot / "taken ill with indigestion" two days before he died. A long-standing rumor whispered about Hollywood, the story was the basis of the play and movie The Cat's Meow (2001).

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