Her Hollywood film career spanned the years from 1919 through 1926. She played in with Rudolph Valentino and The latter co-starred Tyrone Power, Senior and Louis Wolheim.
Among her other film credits are Red Lights (1923), The Common Law (1923), Virtuous Liars (1924), and The Price of a Party (1924).
Godowsky wed silent screen actor Frank Mayo in Tijuana, Mexico in 1921. She named actress Anna Luther as co-respondent in a suit brought against Mayo in March 1925.
The marriage was annulled in August 1928 on the ground that Mayo had another wife. In 1958 Godowsky published a thoroughly candid autobiography entitled First Person Plural.
She wrote I lived only for pleasure and I spoiled my own fun.
Where was I running? From whom? Little feet running around the globe. Nothing but circles, and I never once bumped into myself. In the book she named Enrico Caruso, Arthur Rubinstein, Jascha Heifetz, Charles Chaplin, Igor Stravinsky, and Valentino among her "great loves".
When queried about the number of husbands she had, Godowsky responded, Two of my own, my dear, and several of my friends".
In her later years she made frequent appearances in London, England and on television talk shows in New York City. Godowsky died aged 78 in Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan on 13 February 1975.
lieutenant was the anniversary of her father"s birth. Her funeral was held at Riverside Chapel on Amsterdam Avenue and 76th Street.
She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Westchester, New New York
She was survived by a brother, Leopold Junior. He was married to Frances Gershwin, sister of George Gershwin.