|Born||February 22, 1894
Dillon, Summit County
|Died||November 15, 1981 (aged 87)
Bay Shore, New York, U.S.
Enid Markey (February 22, 1894, Dillon, Colorado – November 15, 1981, Bay Shore, New York) was an American actress of stage, film and television. She originated the role of Jane in films, playing the character twice - in 1918 (Tarzan of The Apes; The Romance of Tarzan).
Her first film role was in The Fortunes of War (1911). During the production of The Wrath of the Gods (1914), Markey, a "leading lady with the New York Motion Picture Company", was "badly injured" during the production. During her scene in which the lava flow destroys the village she was surrounded by smoke and fumes and nearly asphyxiated, but had recovered by May 1914.
Her last appearance was in The Boston Strangler (1968). During the 1950s and 1960s she appeared in several television guest-starring roles, including The Andy Griffith Show as Barney Fife's landlady, and an episode of Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., as Grandma Pyle.
In the 1960-1961 season, Markey was cast as Aunt Violet Flower in CBS's Bringing Up Buddy, co-starring Frank Aletter and Doro Merande. Markey and Merando played spinster aunts who provide a home for their bachelor nephew stockbroker, Buddy Flower, played by Aletter.
- The Battle of Gettysburg (1913)
- Shorty's Sacrifice (1914)
- The Wrath of the Gods (1914)
- Aloha Oe (1915)
- Civilization (1916)
- Shell 43 (1916)
- Tarzan of the Apes (1918)
- The Romance of Tarzan (1918)
- The Naked City (1948)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Enid Markey.|
- Enid Markey at the Internet Movie Database
- Enid Markey at the Internet Broadway Database
- Enid Markey papers, 1895-1971, held by the Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts