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|Born||February 20, 1904|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Died||February 27, 1991 (aged 87)|
Sylmar, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Ashton Dearholt (1926-1934) (divorced)|
Edgar Rice Burroughs (1935-1941) (divorced)
Albert S. Chase (1942-?)
|Children||Lee Ashton Dearholt III Chase (b. 1929)|
Caryl Lee Dearholt Chase (b. 1931; d. 2001)
Gilbert was born and raised in Chicago her moved with her brother and mother to Los Angeles when she was 14 (c. 1918), where she got into film after Monty Banks spotted her. In Hollywood she worked for Al Christie and Fox Studios, making over 50 film appearances from 1920, including the first time Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy appeared together on film, in The Lucky Dog (1921).
Personal life and marriages
She subsequently married Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs.
- Down Home (1920)
- The Lucky Dog (1921)
- The Greater Claim (1921)
- Breaking Into Society (1923)
- The Girl in the Limousine (1924)
- Cupid's Rustler (1924)
- A Man Four-Square (1926)
- The Johnstown Flood (1926)
- The Mad Racer (1926)
- The Return of Peter Grimm (1926)
- Love Makes 'Em Wild (1927)
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