Caroline Cooke

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Caroline Cooke
Born Caroline Frances Cooke
Unknown
Died Unknown
Occupation Film actress
Spouse(s) Lorimer Johnston

Caroline Frances Cooke was an American silent film actress and screenwriter.

Biography[edit]

Career[edit]

Cooke was signed in 1913 and starred in about 15 films between 1913 and 1916. She briefly had two roles in twenty years after that in 1926 and 1939. In 1939 she starred in the classic Son of Frankenstein playing the role of Mrs. Neumüller.

She starred with Charlotte Burton in films such as Rose of San Juan which was her first motion picture. In 1914, she wrote the script for The Story of the Olive.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Other notes
1913 Rose of San Juan Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Sands of Time Credited as Caroline Cooke
Roses of Yesterday Credited as Caroline Cooke
A Daughter of the Confederacy Credited as Caroline Cooke
1914 Destinies Fulfilled Credited as Caroline Cooke
At the Potter's Wheel Credited as Caroline Cooke
A Blowout at Santa Banana Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Cricket on the Hearth Credited as Caroline Cooke, credited as writer
The Call of the Traumerei Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Turning Point Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Last Supper Credited as Caroline Cooke
David Gray's Estate Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Story of the Olive Ortegas lover Credited as writer
The Navy Aviator Credited as Caroline Cooke
Metamorphosis Credited as Caroline Cooke
The Envoy Extraordinary
1915 The Missing Clue Credited as Caroline Cooke
1916 The Island of Surprise Mrs. Casselis Credited as Caroline Cooke
1926 The Bells Catharine Credited as Caroline Frances Cooke
1939 Son of Frankenstein Mrs. Neumüller Credited as Caroline Cooke

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