Mathilde Comont

Mathilde Comont (9 September 1886 21 June 1938), credited also as Mathilda Caumont, was a French-born American actress of the silent era. Born in Bordeaux, she appeared in films in her native country, particularly shorts, then she appeared in U.S. films, including a total of 71 films between 1908 and 1937, primarily as a supporting player. A heavy and short woman of 5 feet, 4 inches, she died aged 51 from a heart attack in Hollywood, California.

Mathilde Comont
Publicity still with Mathilde Comont (left) and Frances Dee for Along Came Youth (1930)
Born(1886-09-09)9 September 1886
Bordeaux, France
Died21 June 1938(1938-06-21) (aged 51)
Years active1908-1937

Partial filmography


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