Alice Terry Net Worth

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Alice Terry Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Alice started as an extra in films at age 15. She worked in "Inceville" and would appear as several characters in 'Civilization (1916)'. In 1917, she would meet director Rex Ingram and they would marry in 1921. It was also in 1921 that Alice would gain acclaim as Marguerite in 'The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921)'. She would continue to ...

Date Of BirthJuly 24, 1899
Place Of BirthVincennes, Indiana, USA
Height5' 3" (1.6 m)
ProfessionActress, Director
SpouseRex Ingram (director)
Star SignLeo
Alimony (1917)$7 .50 per day
1Alice Terry made 29 films, not counting 4 appearances as an extra. Of these 29, 17 are lost films. Six exist in archives around the world and six survive on video and on television broadcast release.
2It was during preparation for her first significant role in Hearts Are Trumps (1920) that Alice discovered what would become her trade mark. She was putting on her make-up and saw a blonde wig on the table next to her. She put it on but thought it looked silly. Just then the director Rex Ingram (who was already an admirer, both personally and professionally) walked in and saw her in it. He insisted she wear it in the film. Alice wasn't convinced until she saw the rushes the next day. "When I appeared on the screen, I looked so different, and from that time I never got rid of the wig."
3It was while she was working as an extra on The Devil's Passkey (1920) that Alice was first noticed, by director Erich von Stroheim. Sadly, her insecurity caused her to rapidly leave the Universal lot. She never even stopped to pick up her pay check.
4Rex & Alice were married in South Pasadena. They sneaked away for the day from the set of The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) without telling anyone. They married on Saturday, November 5th 1921 in Adobe Flores, South Pasadena. The next day they saw three movies and went back to work on the Monday. When the film was completed they went to San Francisco for their honeymoon.
5When Columbia released Valentino (1951), Alice Terry filed suit against Columbia and the producers because of the way the film "falsely portrayed a clandestine relationship between Valentino and Terry". Columbia settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.


Love in Morocco1933
The Three Passions1928Lady Victoria Burlington
The Garden of Allah1927Domini Enfilden
The Magician1926/IMargaret Dauncey
Mare Nostrum1926Freya Talberg
Any Woman1925Ellen Linden
Confessions of a Queen1925Frederika / The Queen
Sackcloth and Scarlet1925Joan Freeman
The Great Divide1925Ruth Jordan
The Arab1924Mary Hilbert
Scaramouche1923Aline de Kercadiou - His Neice
Where the Pavement Ends1923Matilda Spener
The Prisoner of Zenda1922Princess Flavia
Turn to the Right1922Elsie Tillinger
The Conquering Power1921Eugenie Grandet
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse1921Marguerite Laurier
Hearts Are Trumps1920Dora Woodberry
The Devil's Passkey1920Extra (uncredited)
Shore Acres1920Extra (uncredited)
The Day She Paid1919as Alice Taafe
The Valley of the Giants1919Mrs. Cardigan (as Alice Taafe)
The Love Burglar1919Elsie Strong (as Alice Taafe)
Thin Ice1919Jocelyn Miller
The Trimmed Lamp1918Short
Love Watches1918Charlotte Bernier
Sisters of the Golden Circle1918ShortMrs. Pinkey McGuire
The Brief Debut of Tildy1918ShortTildy
The Song and the Sergeant1918Short
Old Wives for New1918Saleslady (as Alice Taafe)
A Bachelor's Children1918Penelope Winthrop
The Clarion Call1918ShortEileen Murphy
Alimony1917Extra (uncredited)
The Bottom of the Well1917Anita Thomas
Strictly Business1917Short
Wild Winship's Widow1917Marjory Howe (as Alice Taafe)
A Corner in Colleens1916Daisy (as Alice Taafe)
Not My Sister1916Ruth Tyler (as Alice Taafe)
Civilization1915Extra (Various, from a peasant to a German Soldier) (uncredited)


Love in Morocco1933co-director
Where the Pavement Ends1923uncredited


Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 22-F1922Documentary shortHerself

Archive Footage

Hollywood1980TV Mini-Series documentaryActress 'Scaramouche' / Actress 'Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse'

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6626 Hollywood Blvd.

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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