Log In

Pauline Frederick Edit Profile

Actress

Pauline Frederick, American actress.

Background

Frederick, Pauline was born on August 12, 1885 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Richard O. and Loretta E. (Fisher) Libby.

Education

Educated Boston, Massachusetts.

Career

Debut with the Rogers Brothers, in “Harvard,” at Knickerbocker Theatre, New York, September 1, 1902. Played Titiana, in “A Princess of Kensington,” Broadway Theatre, 1903. Later starred in “It Happened in Nordland”.

Star, in “The Little Gray Lady”. Lead in “Samson” with Wm. Gillette; star in “The Fourth Estate,” “Joseph and His Brethren,” 1913.

“Innocent,” 1914-1915. Screen debut in “The Eternal City”. Later appeared in “Zaza,” “La Tosca,” “The Woman on the Index,” “Bonds of Love,” “The Paliser Case,” “Madame X,” “The Glory of Clementina,” etc.

Home: Beverly Hills, Calif.

Connections

Married 5th, Colonel Joseph A. Marmon, United States Army, January 1934 (died 1934).

father:
Richard O. Libby

mother:
Loretta E. (Fisher) Libby

spouse:
Colonel Joseph A. Marmon