She was among the Five Sedgwicks and a star from the silent film period, with over 100 movies to her credit. She moved into Hollywood in her teenage years, and accomplished moderate success. With a heart stroke of good fortune, she was tapped to displace an ailing celebrity in Common Studio’s film The Lure from the Circus. Solid in a large number of serials over her a decade Hollywood profession, she attempted to find even more reputable parts by changing her name to Greta Yoltz, but nonetheless found herself solid in inexpensive productions. Both her parents had been stage stars. Her whole family members performed vaudeville functions as The Five Sedgewicks, and her sibling later on became a movie director. Margaret Livingston was another prominent silent film celebrity, though her 50-film profession was not almost as expansive as Sedgwick’s.