Canadian actress most widely known on her behalf eccentric functions in such stage productions because the Fifty percent Moon, Many a Slip, and 3 Cheers. Her film credits are the Bat Whispers and One of the Living. She was raised in Ontario and went to elocution college in Toronto. She produced her Broadway debut in 1914 inside a farcical play known as A set of Sixes. She made an appearance inside a 1935 film entitled Ruggles of Crimson Space. She was wedded to stage manufacturer Gene Hill until his loss of life in 1932. She starred alongside Boris Karloff within the 1942 film The Boogie Man ARE CERTAIN TO GET You.