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April 13, 1903|
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||November 15, 1993
Morro Bay, California, U.S.
Frank Liddell (1923–?)
Early life and career
Born in Boston, Massachusetts and educated in Portland, Oregon, Gladys Walton debuted in films in small parts. However, as her acting talent came more out into the open, she was given larger and more important roles in films, such as La La Lucille in 1920 with Universal Studios, as well as The Secret Gift, also in 1920. She was also given a role in Pink Tights (1920), opposite film star Jack Perrin. Walton also had a successful stage career. She performed in several musicals during the 1920s on Broadway, such as The Last Waltz in 1921.
Walton retired from acting in 1925.
Walton married screenwriter Frank Liddell in 1923. She later married to Henry M. Herbel, with whom she had six children.
- Easy Money (1925)
- Dates of birth and death are submitted by her son, John Walton, from her death certificate
- "Gladys Walton Dead; Silent-Film Actress, 90". The New York Times. 1993-12-23. Retrieved 11 October 2010.
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