Mae Costello
American actor
Mae Costello
Mae Costello was an American stage and film actress of the early twentieth-century.
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  • 1929
    Age 46
    In 1929, Mae Costello died of heart disease and was interred at the Calvary Cemetery, East Los Angeles, California, which is a Catholic cemetery.
    More Details Hide Details Her daughter Dolores would marry actor John Barrymore, a marriage that neither Mae nor ex husband approved of, as Barrymore was not only over twenty years older than Dolores, he was also six months older than Mae Costello. Her grandson includes actor John Drew Barrymore and her great-granddaughter is actress Drew Barrymore.
  • 1902
    Age 19
    In 1902 she married the actor Maurice Costello and the couple would have two daughters, Helene Costello and Dolores Costello. Both daughters would become successful film actresses. The couple would separate in 1910, however they would not officially divorce until 1927.
    More Details Hide Details She began appearing in motion pictures in the early 1910s, billed as Mrs. Costello, and appeared opposite such actors as John Bunny, Flora Finch, Wallace Reid, Florence Turner, Antonio Moreno and Clara Kimball Young, as well as her husband and daughters.
  • 1882
    Born in 1882.
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