Anna Mae Walthall Wikipedia

Anna Mae Walthall Wikipedia

Anna Mae Walthall Wikipedia -: Anna Mae Walthall was born on October 3, 1894, in Alabama, United States. She was an actress who appeared in Bare Fists (1919), As Man Desires (1925), and At the Stroke of the Angelus (1915). She was previously married to Eldridge. On April 17, 1950, she passed away in Van Nuys, California.

Anna Mae Walthall Wikipedia
Anna Mae Walthall Wikipedia

Anna Mae Walthall Bio

NameAnna Mae Walthall
Death Of Age 56 years old
Date Of Birth3 October 1894
Date Of Death17 April 1950
BirthplaceAlabama, United States

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Anna Mae Walthall Measurement

HeightNot Known
WeightNot Known
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBrown

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Anna Mae Walthall Family

FatherJunius Leigh Walthall
MotherNot Known
Brother / SisterHenry B. Walthall
ChildrenMoneka Anne Starr
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Anna Mae Walthall Educational Qualifications

School High schools
College or UniversityNot Known
Educational DegreeGraduated

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Anna Mae Walthall Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Suppose NameEldridge

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Anna Mae Walthall Net Worth

Net Worth$8 Million
SalaryNot Known

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When I was doing research for an article last week on movie stars who are recognized on Alabama’s Walk of Fame, those who acted in silent films, I learned about some of the state’s earliest famous individuals.

The City of Birmingham is now discussing a plan that readers, some of whose names I had never heard of, provided wonderful suggestions for illustrious additions to the Walk.

Helen Keller, who appeared in her own autobiographical film “Deliverance,” which was released in 1919, is one of at least seven Alabamans who have appeared in silent films. I’ve already written about two well-known silent film actors from Alabama, Johnny Mack Brown and Tallulah Bankhead. At present time, the Walk of Fame only honors Bankhead. Click here to see the 19 Alabamans who received stars.

Despite the fact that silent films were popular for three decades, from just before the turn of the 20th century until 1930, the early stars in the industry were mostly from the 1910s and 1920s. While some gained popularity after the transition to “talkies,” others suffered.

He was D.W. Griffith’s favorite performer and a key character in “Birth of a Nation.” He was the first movie star, according to some reports, Reid said.

Walthall was born to parents Junius Leigh and Annie Mallory Wallace Walthall on a cotton plantation in the Shelby County community of Mallory’s Station.
According to “History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, Volume 4,” Walthall was educated by his two aunts, Millene Mallory and Mrs. W.W. Wallace, and he also briefly attended Howard College.

He enlisted in the Spanish-American War in 1898. In order to pursue a career in theatre and be a part of the Murray Hill Stock Company, he chose to move to New York in 1900. He made his screen debut in 1909 as the main character in D.W. Griffith’s “A Convict’s Sacrifice.”

He also played the Little Colonel in the 1915 films “Birth of a Nation,” “The Avenging Conscious,” “Ghosts,” and Edgar Allen Poe. He was successful in the talking film business before he passed away in California in 1936. Anna Mae Walthall Eldridge, Henry Walthall’s younger sister, not only played roles in several silent films, including “Light O’ Love,” “The Fable of the Through Train,” and “Home Again,” but also appeared in them.

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