Marguerite Nichols

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Marguerite Nichols
Marguerite Nichols 1.jpg
The Green Book Magazine January, 1916
Born Marguerite Olive Nichols
(1891-08-03)August 3, 1891
Los Angeles, California
Died March 17, 1941(1941-03-17) (aged 49)
Los Angeles, California
Cause of death
pneumonia
Resting place
Calvary Cemetery
Occupation Actress
Years active 1915-1918
Spouse(s) Harold "Hal" Eugene Roach
(m.1915-1941; her death)
Children Harold "Hal" Eugene Roach, Jr.,
Margaret M. Roach

Marguerite Nichols (August 3, 1891 - March 17, 1941) was an American silent film actress. She starred in 21 films between 1915 and 1918.

Marriage and death[edit]

Nichols was married to comedy film producer Hal Roach for the last 26 years of her life. Despite being three years older than his wife, he lived another 51 years until his death in 1992 at the age of 100. They had two children, Hal Jr. and Margaret.

She was born and died in Los Angeles, California. Her death from pneumonia came on St. Patrick's Day in the year 1941.

Filmography[edit]

The Power of Evil (1916)
  • The Girl o' Dreams (1918) (as Margaret Nichols) .... Mrs. Leonard
  • When Baby Forgot (1917) (as Margaret Nichols) .... Janet Watson
  • Sold at Auction (1917) .... Helen
  • The Power of Evil (1916) .... Laurine Manners
  • The Torch Bearer (1916) (as Margaret Nichols)
  • Youth's Endearing Charm (1916) (as Margaret Nichols) .... Maud Horton
  • Faith's Reward (1916)
  • The Strength of Donald McKenzie (1916) (as Margaret Nichols)
  • The Dancer (1916)
  • Dust (1916) (as Margaret Nichols) .... Mina
  • The Matrimonial Martyr (1916) .... Phyllis Burnham
  • Pay Dirt (1916) .... Kate Gardner
  • The Oath of Hate (1916) (as Margaret Nichols)
  • Jack (1916) (as Margaret Nichols)
  • The Reclamation (1916) .... Edith Phelan
  • The Witch of the Mountains (1916)
  • Little Mary Sunshine (1916) .... Sylvia Sanford
  • Big Brother (1916)
  • Counsel for the Defense (1915)
  • The Maid of the Wild (1915)
  • Beulah (1915)
  • The Quality of Forgiveness (1915)

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