Lottie Pickford

Lottie Pickford

Born Jun 9, 1895

Lottie Pickford was a Canadian-born silent film actress, socialite, and sister to Mary Pickford and Jack Pickford. Her career is often overshadowed by that of her siblings and though she was a notable figure in the 1920s her films and role in the Pickford acting family is now largely forgotten. Perhaps one of her best known roles was in The Diamond from the Sky directed by William Desmond Taylor in 1915.… Read More

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1893 Birth Born on June 9, 1893.


1907 14 Years Old In 1907, Mary adopted the stage name 'Mary Pickford'. … Read More
1909 16 Years Old Mary signed with D.W. Griffith's Biograph Company in 1909 and also secured work for her siblings. … Read More


1914 21 Years Old Away from her elder sister, Pickford's first starring role came in 1914 in The House of Bondage. … Read More
In 1915, Pickford appeared in Fanchon, the Cricket, opposite both her siblings. … Read More
1920 27 Years Old For unknown reasons, Pickford allowed her mother Charlotte to legally adopt her daughter, who was renamed Gwynne in 1920. … Read More
1922 29 Years Old Lottie Pickford did marry again, to actor Allan Forrest in January 1922.


1927 34 Years Old She obtained a divorce from Forrest in Paris in 1927.
1929 36 Years Old On July 22, 1929, she married Russel O. Gillard, an undertaker from Los Angeles.


1933 40 Years Old They divorced in February 1933 on charges of "extreme cruelty" by her husband. … Read More
1936 43 Years Old 1 More Event
On December 6, 1936, Pickford suffered a heart attack at the age of 43. … Read More
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