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April 27, 1895
Richfield, Utah, U.S.
|Died||December 22, 1925
New York City, New York, U.S.
Mary Thurman (April 27, 1895 – December 22, 1925) was an American actress of the silent film era.
Born Mary Christiansen in Richfield, Utah, Thurman's film career began with roles in the comedies of Mack Sennett, as one of the Sennett Bathing Beauties, and featured appearances in Bombs! (1916) and The Fool (1925). She appeared in nearly sixty Hollywood films from 1915 up until her death in 1925, frequently in those made by Pathé Studios.
Thurman was married to Victor E. Thurman, son of Utah Supreme Court justice Samuel R. Thurman, until their divorce in 1919.
- The Lamb (1915)
- The Prince and Betty (1919)
- Leap Year (1921)
- Zaza (1923)
- Trouping with Ellen (1924)
- Playthings of Desire (1924)
- New York Times, "Mary Thurman Dead", December 24, 1925, Page 13.
- Oakland, California Tribune, "From Film Fun To Film Drama", September 19, 1920, Page 53.
- Oakland Tribune, "Cupid Captures Mary Thurman", Tuesday Evening, December 26, 1922, Page 8.
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