Actress. Born Florence McKim, in Pennsylvania, she began her career at age 10 and was best known as brilliant stage performer. As a part of the Carlton Macy stock company of Cleveland, Ohio, she worked on stages from New York City to San Francisco. At age 20, she relocated to California as a member of Blackwood Stock company of Los Angeles to become a leading woman and married actor Lewis Stone. Her only film appearance was in “A Most Immortal Lady” (1929). She died in Los Angeles, California.
- September, 29, 1881
- September, 25, 1956
- Chapel Of The Pines Crematory