Leah Baird, 1916
June 20, 1883|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Died||October 3, 1971
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Cause of death
|Hollywood Forever Cemetery|
|Spouse(s)||Arthur F. Beck
Leah Baird (June 20, 1883 – October 3, 1971) was an American actress of the silent screen, and a screenwriter.
She began her film career in 1910 in Jean and the Waif opposite Jean, the Vitagraph Dog. She played several leads in William F. Brady's troupe, opposite Douglas Fairbanks. In the late 1910s she played in 15 episodes of the serial Wolves of Kultur.
Baird later became a screenwriter and contributed to a number of Clara Bow features. She was married to producer Arthur F. Beck.
- Jean and the Waif (1910)
- Chumps (1912)
- All for a Girl (1912)
- Ivanhoe (1913)
- Absinthe (1914)
- Neptune's Daughter (1914)
- Lights of New York (1916)
- One Law for Both (1917)
- Is Divorce A Failure? (1923)
- The Adventures of Mark Twain (Uncredited, 1944)
- Mildred Pierce (Uncredited, 1945)
- Around the World in Eighty Days (Uncredited, 1956)
- Shadow of the Law (1926)
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