Flora Parker DeHaven
|Flora Parker DeHaven|
from The Blue Book of the Screen
September 1, 1893|
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, United States
|Died||September 9, 1950
Hollywood, California, United States
Flora Parker DeHaven (September 1, 1883 – September 9, 1950) was an American actress.
Flora Parker DeHaven, who was a Paramount-Artcraft co-star with her husband, Carter DeHaven, was born at Perth Amboy, N. J., and early evinced a desire to go on the stage. Her initial stage appearance was made at New Orleans in stock. Later she became a leading lady for Nat Goodwin, then going into vaudeville with her husband. She played the Queen in "Queen of the Moulin Rouge." Mrs. DeHaven was an exceptionally fine dancer. Her screen debut was made under the Universal banner, from which company she went to Goldwyn as co-star with her husband in a series of two-reel comedies and then to Paramount-Artcraft, also as co-star. She was often billed as "Mrs. Carter DeHaven." Mrs. DeHaven was of medium height and had a dark complexion and dark eyes. She was the mother of actress Gloria DeHaven.
- Charles Donald Fox & Milton L. Silver (1920). "Flora Parker DeHaven". Who's Who on the Screen. New York City: Ross Publishing. (Note: Not currently in copyright)
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