Dorothy Sebastian

Dorothy Sebastian


Dorothy Sebastian
Film: North side of the 6600 block of Hollywood Boulevard
Born April 26, 1903 in Birmingham, Ala.
Died April 8, 1957 in Motion Picture and Television Country House, CA

Dorothy Sebastian's film career as a siren spanned 15 years of silent and talking pictures.

She came to Hollywood in 1924 after appearing in George White's "Scandals" on the stage.

Her first picture was "Sackcloth and Scarlet" and other silent films included "Winds of Chance," 1925; "The Show," "The Demi-Bride," "Love" and "The Gallant Gringo," 1927 and "Our Dancing Daughters," 1928. Her last appearances were in a serial, "The Mysterious Pilot" in 1937.

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