Margaret Livingston Net Worth

Margaret Livingston Net Worth is
$9 Million

Margaret Livingston Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Margaret Livingston (November 25, 1895 – December 13, 1984) was an American film actress, most notable for her work during the silent film era. She was sometimes credited as Marguerite Livingston or Margaret Livingstone. She remains best known today as "the Woman from the City" in F.W. Murnau's 1927 masterpiece Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 25, 1900
Place Of BirthSalt Lake City, Utah, U.S.
Height5' 3" (1.6 m)
ProfessionActress, Miscellaneous Crew
Star SignSagittarius
1Husky Voice
Womanpower (1926)$1,000 @week
The Blue Eagle (1926)$1,000 @week
Hell's Four Hundred (1926)$1,000 @week
Passing Through (1921)$300 @week
Lying Lips (1921)$125 @week
1(After leaving her fiancé at the altar and going to Hollywood, she wrote a note home.) I am not going to get married. I am going to be in the movies.
2(In a 1937 interview) Harry Cohn was one of the most colorful characters you can imagine... an almost impossible person, saying the wrong things always but sending you away with the 'right' feeling. A personality like a bomb, he's like a sandpaper across your feelings. I doubt if Harry Cohn's a gentleman, but you'd love him. He sits behind his huge desk in his short sleeves, bawling into a half dozen phones, doing work enough for three men, but anyone can get in to see him - and no one ever leaves his office without a feeling of gain.
1Usually typecast as haughty socialites, vamps and villainesses.
2She dubbed Louise Brooks' voice in The Canary Murder Case (1929) when the legendary star refused to return from New York for retakes. Livingstone also appeared in some scenes because with her short, bobbed hair she looked remarkably like the Pandora's Box (1929) star.
3She grew increasingly senile in her 80s and had to be institutionalized.
4She met Charles Chaplin's leading lady Edna Purviance in a shop where she noticed the actress buying a bottle of perfume for $18, a sum Livingstone considered an exorbitant amount of money, a week's pay for the young woman. Livingstone had no idea acting could pay that much and became determined to enter the movie business.
5Brunette leading lady of Scottish and Swedish ancestry. From the age of 16 she played leading roles in the silents, usually as vamps or the "other woman". Her voice presented no problem when talking pictures came into vogue' in fact, she dubbed Louise Brooks in the mystery The Canary Murder Case (1929). She retired from films in the mid-'30s to concentrate on her marriage to bandleader Paul Whiteman and co-authoring a book about her overweight husband, entitled "Whiteman's Burden".
6Mistress of Thomas H. Ince and on the fateful trip aboard the Hearst yacht when Ince was shot / "taken ill with indigestion" two days before he died. A long-standing rumor whispered about Hollywood, the story was the basis of the play and movie The Cat's Meow (2001).
7Younger sister of actress Ivy Livingston.


Social Register1934Gloria
Call Her Savage1932Molly
Broadminded1931Mabel Robinson
Smart Money1931District Attorney's Girl
God's Gift to Women1931Tania Donaliff
Kiki1931Paulette Vaile
The Lady Refuses1931Berthine Waller
Big Money1930/IMae
What a Widow!1930Valli
For the Love o' Lil1930Eleanor Cartwright
Murder on the Roof1930Marcia
Seven Keys to Baldpate1929Myra Thornhill
Two O'Clock in the Morning1929
Tonight at Twelve1929Nan Stoddard
Innocents of Paris1929Madame Renard
The Girl Who Wouldn't Wait1929Judy Judd
The Charlatan1929Florence Talbot
The Office Scandal1929Lillian Tracy
The Canary Murder Case1929Double for Margaret O'Dell (uncredited)
Bellamy Trial1929Mimi Bellamy
The Last Warning1929Evalynda Hendon
Dreary House1928Nancy Crowl
The Apache1928Sonya
His Private Life1928Yvette Bérgere
Beware of Bachelors1928Miss Pfeffer, the vamp
Through the Breakers1928Diane Garrett
Say It with Sables1928Irene Gordon
The Way of the Strong1928Marie
Wheel of Chance1928Josie Drew
The Scarlet Dove1928Olga
Mad Hour1928Maid
A Woman's Way1928Liane
Streets of Shanghai1927Sadie
The American Beauty1927Mrs. Gillespie
Sunrise1927The Woman From the City
The Girl from Gay Paree1927Gertie
Married Alive1927Amy Duxbury
Lightning1927Dot Deal
Secret Studio1927Nina Clark
Slaves of Beauty1927Goldie
Life in Hollywood No. 71927Short
Breed of the Sea1926Marietta Rawdon
The Blue Eagle1926Mrs. Mary Rohan
A Trip to Chinatown1926Alicia Cuyer
Hell's Four Hundred1926Evelyn Vance
The Yankee Señor1926Flora
Wages for Wives1925Carol Bixby
When the Door Opened1925Mrs. Grenfal
The Best People1925Millie Montgomery
Havoc1925Violet Deering
The Wheel1925Elsie Dixon
After Marriage1925Alma Lathrop
Greater Than a Crown1925Molly Montrose
I'll Show You the Town1925Lucille Pemberton
Up the Ladder1925Helene Newhall
Capital Punishment1925Mona Caldwell
The Chorus Lady1924Patricia O'Brien
Butterfly1924Violet Van De Wort
Her Marriage Vow1924Estelle Winslow
Wandering Husbands1924Marilyn Foster
Love's Whirlpool1924A Maid
Divorce1923Gloria Gayne
The Social Buccaneer1923Princess Elise
Eden and Return1921Connie Demarest
Passing Through1921Louise Kingston
Colorado Pluck1921Angela Featherstone
The Home Stretch1921Molly
Lying Lips1921Lelia Dodson
The Parish Priest1920Agnnes Cassidy
The Brute Master1920The Native 'Taupou'
Hairpins1920Effie Wainwright
Water, Water, Everywhere1920/IIMartha Beecher
What's Your Husband Doing?1920Madge Mitchell
Haunting Shadows1919Marian Deveraux (as Marguerite Livingston)
All Wrong1919Ethel Goodwin (as Marguerite Livingston)
The Busher1919uncredited
Within the Cup1918Undetermined role
Alimony1917Florence (as Marguerite Livingston)
The Chain Invisible1916Elizabeth King


The Canary Murder Case1929double: Louise Brooks - uncredited


A Tour of the Thomas Ince Studio1924Documentary shortHerself
Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 191921Documentary shortHerself

Archive Footage

A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryThe Woman From the City, 'Sunrise' (uncredited)

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