Catherine Calvert (born Catherine Cassidy, April 20, 1890 – January 18, 1971) was an American actress.
From Who's Who on the Screen, 1920
April 20, 1890
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
|Died||January 18, 1971 80) (aged|
Uniondale, New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||George A. Carrothers (m. 1925–1952; his death)|
Paul Armstrong (December 12, 1913 – August 30, 1915; his death; 1 child)
Catherine Calvert, as she was known on the screen, was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She made her stage debut in the play Brown of Harvard in September 1908, in Albany, New York. After many years experience onstage in productions including The Deep Purple (a play by her husband, Paul Armstrong), in 1910, she entered films via Keeney Pictures Corporation in A Romance of the Underworld (1918; based on a play in which she had appeared onstage).
Other films in which she appeared include Marriage, Out of the Night, Career of Katherine Bush, Marriage for Convenience, and Fires of Faith. Around 1920 she was a star of Vitagraph Studios.
- Partners (1916) (*short)
- House of Cards (1917)
- The Peddler (1917))
- Think It Over (1917)
- Behind the Mask (1917)
- Outcast (1917)
- The Uphill Path (1918)
- A Romance of the Underworld (1918)
- Out of the Night (1918)
- Marriage (1918)
- Marriage For Convenience (1919)
- Fires of Faith (1919)
- The Career of Katherine Bush (1919)
- Dead Men Tell No Tales (1920)
- The Heart of Maryland (1921)
- You Find It Everywhere (1921)
- Moral Fibre (1921)
- The Green Caravan (1922)
- That Woman (1922)
- The Indian Love Lyrics (1923)
- Out to Win (1923)
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