Birth Name: Lois Wilson
Birth Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Place: Reno, Nevada, USA
Chosen by Paramount Studios to represent the film industry at the British Empire Exposition, Wilson was cited as "a typical example of the American girl in character, culture and beauty." Her stardom faded with the coming of sound, but she continued in good supporting roles (e.g. 1933's "Female") until the early 1940s, eventually racking up over 100 credits in feature films. Wilson later enjoyed success on the Broadway stage and the TV soap operas "The Guiding Light" and "The Edge of Night".
Popular Movies and Television:
1997-03-05 The Watermelon Woman
1952 Aldrich Family