December 12, 1899
Federalsburg, Maryland, United States
|Died||April 4, 1989
New York City, New York,
Hurlock appeared in many short comedies for Mack Sennett, starting as one of the Sennett Bathing Beauties in 1923, and was one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1925. She was a talented comedian, also known for her incredible beauty. She appeared in over 50 short films, the first of which, Where's My Wandering Boy This Evening? was made in 1923, and the last, Pink Pajamas, in 1929. She featured in one of Laurel and Hardy's earliest films, Duck Soup.
Hurlock married three times:
- John S. McGovern, divorced 1924.
- Marc Connelly, married 1930, divorced 1935. Connelly won the Pulitzer Prize for his play The Green Pastures in 1930.
- Robert E Sherwood, married 1935. Sherwood won the Pulitzer Prize four times; he died in 1955.
- The Cat's Meow (1924)
- "Marc Connelly Marries", The New York Times, Oct. 5, 1930, p. 28.
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