In March 1949 Vaughn was jailed on an intoxication violation in Pasadena.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe chose incarceration instead of paying a $25 fine. Her jail term was twelve and a half days. A previous drunken charge, then pending, would have added an additional four months to her sentence. Vaughn was arrested after an argument with her husband, John R. Thompson. The incident followed her release after serving eight months of a one year sentence on the earlier instance.
She married a second time in 1948, this time to roofing contractor John R. Thompson.
After announcing their engagement in October 1929, Vaughn traveled to New York to film some talking sequences for a movie she was filming in Hollywood.
More DetailsHide DetailsLait's broke off the engagement after he discovered Vaughn went out with friends to nightclubs in New York. Immediately after the wedding was called off, Vaughn returned to Hollywood as the fiancee of noted attorney Charles Feldman.
In 1926, Vaughn became engaged to actor and leading man Grant Withers.
Her movie career began in 1921 and continued until 1935.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe often co-starred with actor Al Cook in comedies. She made Randy Rides Again (1934) with John Wayne. In 1932, she was a member of the cast of Intermission, a play by Irving Kaye Davis in September 1932. The production opened in San Francisco, California and co-starred Madge Bellamy and Judith Voselli. Vaughn made her last onscreen appearance in the 1935 film The Live Wire opposite Richard Talmadge.
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