Well-known for her title role in the 1924 silent film version of Peter Skillet, she actually is also appreciated on her behalf portrayal of Mary in the 1925 silent movie adaptation of Ben-Hur, aswell for her main roles in such early sound motion pictures as The Medication Man (as Mamie Goltz) as well as the Performing Fool (as Sophistication). When she was simply sixteen years of age, she started her performing profession with an uncredited appearance in the 1922 silent feature Anna Ascends. Her tv credits include visitor spots in shows of My Three Sons, Grindl, and Operate for YOUR DAILY LIFE. Delivered in Trenton, NJ, she was the girl of Nellie and Frank Bronson. In the first 1930s, she wedded Ludwig Lauerhass; the few raised a boy called Ludwig Lauerhass, Jr. After going for a four-year hiatus from performing during the middle-1930s, she came back to the big screen in the 1937 Gene Autry feature Yodelin’ Child from Pine Ridge.