Bebe Daniels
(01/14/1901 - 03/16/1971)

Bebe Daniels began in Hollywood in the silent movie era and later gained fame on radio and television in England.

Daniels was born Phyllis Daniels in Dallas, Texas. Her father was a theater manager and her mother a stage actress. The family moved to Los Angeles, California in her childhood and she began her acting career at the age of four in the first version of The Squaw Man. That same year she also went on tour in a stage production of Shakespeare's Richard III. The following year she participated in productions by Morosooa and Belasco.

By the age of seven Daniels had her first starring role in film as the young heroine in A Common Enemy. At the age of nine she starred as Dorothy Gale in the 1910 short film The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. At the age of fourteen she starred opposite film comedian Harold Lloyd in a series of Lonesome Luke two-reel comedies. The two eventually developed a publicized romantic relationship and were known in Hollywood as "The Boy" and "The Girl."

In 1919, she decided to move to greater dramatic roles and accepted a contract offering from Cecil B. Demille, who gave her secondary roles in such films as Male and Female, Why Change Your Wife, and The Affairs of Anatol.

Available Films

Monsieur Beaucaire (1924)

Miss Bluebeard (1925)

Feel My Pulse (1928)

Dixiana (1930)