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Margaret Livingston (I) (1900–1984)

Margaret Livingston was born on November 25, 1900 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. She is known for her work on Sunrise (1927), Smart Money (1931) and Through the Breakers (1928). She was married to Paul Whiteman. She died on December 13, 1984 in Warrington, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Sunrise The Woman From the City
Smart Money
Smart Money District Attorney's Girl
Through the Breakers
Through the Breakers Diane Garrett
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 1934 Social Register
 1932 Call Her Savage
 1931 Broadminded
Mabel Robinson
 1931 Smart Money
District Attorney's Girl
 1931 Kiki
Paulette Vaile
 1931 The Lady Refuses
Berthine Waller
 1930/I Big Money
 1930 What a Widow!
 1930 For the Love o' Lil
Eleanor Cartwright
 1930 Murder on the Roof
 1929 Acquitted
 1929 Tonight at Twelve
Nan Stoddard
 1929 Innocents of Paris
Madame Renard
 1929 The Girl Who Wouldn't Wait
Judy Judd
 1929 The Charlatan
Florence Talbot
 1929 The Office Scandal
Lillian Tracy
 1929 The Canary Murder Case
Double for Margaret O'Dell (uncredited)
 1929 Bellamy Trial
Mimi Bellamy
 1928 Dreary House
Nancy Crowl
 1928 The Apache
 1928 His Private Life
Yvette Bérgere
 1928 Beware of Bachelors
Miss Pfeffer, the vamp
 1928 Through the Breakers
Diane Garrett
 1928 Say It with Sables
Irene Gordon
 1928 The Way of the Strong
 1928 Wheel of Chance
Josie Drew
 1928 The Scarlet Dove
 1928 Mad Hour
 1928 A Woman's Way
 1927 Streets of Shanghai
 1927 The Girl from Gay Paree
 1927 Married Alive
Amy Duxbury
 1927 Lightning
Dot Deal
 1927 Secret Studio
Nina Clark
 1927 Slaves of Beauty
 1927 Life in Hollywood No. 7 (Short)
 1926 Breed of the Sea
Marietta Rawdon
 1926 Womanpower
 1926 The Blue Eagle
Mrs. Mary Rohan
 1926 A Trip to Chinatown
Alicia Cuyer
 1926 Hell's Four Hundred
Evelyn Vance
 1926 The Yankee Señor
 1925 Wages for Wives
Carol Bixby
 1925 When the Door Opened
Mrs. Grenfal
 1925 The Best People
Millie Montgomery
 1925 Havoc
Violet Deering
 1925 The Wheel
Elsie Dixon
 1925 After Marriage
Alma Lathrop
 1925 Greater Than a Crown
Molly Montrose
 1925 I'll Show You the Town
Lucille Pemberton
 1925 Up the Ladder
Helene Newhall
 1925 Capital Punishment
Mona Caldwell
 1924 The Chorus Lady
Patricia O'Brien
 1924 Butterfly
Violet Van De Wort
 1924 Her Marriage Vow
Estelle Winslow
 1924 Wandering Husbands
Marilyn Foster
 1924 Love's Whirlpool
A Maid
 1923 Divorce
Gloria Gayne
 1923 The Social Buccaneer
Princess Elise
 1921 Eden and Return
Connie Demarest
 1921 Passing Through
Louise Kingston
 1921 Colorado Pluck
Angela Featherstone
 1921 The Home Stretch
 1921 Lying Lips
Lelia Dodson
 1920 The Parish Priest
Agnnes Cassidy
 1920 The Brute Master
The Native 'Taupou'
 1920 Hairpins
Effie Wainwright
 1920/II Water, Water, Everywhere
Martha Beecher
 1920 What's Your Husband Doing?
Madge Mitchell
 1919 Haunting Shadows
Marian Deveraux (as Marguerite Livingston)
 1919 All Wrong
Ethel Goodwin (as Marguerite Livingston)
 1919 The Busher (uncredited)
 1918 Within the Cup
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 1917 Alimony
Florence (as Marguerite Livingston)
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Marguerite Livingston | Margaret Livingstone


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