Her trim figure and youthful air made her a rival of
Her air of youthful insouciance made her a popular actress on Broadway productions like Mr. Pickwick. She began appearing in silent films in 1914.
She starred in the 1919 film A Girl Named Mary.
She married Harry Palmerson Williams in 1918, and when her contract ended a year later, she retired from show business.
She, Pickford and Lillian Gish were three of the most popular actresses of the silent screen era, all rising to fame due to their preternatural youth and their ability to impart innocence.