Kathlyn Williams

Kathlyn Williams


Kathlyn Williams
Film: South side of the 7000 block of Hollywood Boulevard
Born May 31, 1879 in Butte, Mont.
Died Sept. 25, 1960 of natural causes in West Hollywood, CA

Kathlyn Williams was a one-time heroine of Hollywood's silent serials.

The movie popularity of Williams dated back to the 1920s and before, with appearances in such releases as "The Thing We Love," "Wanderer of the Wasteland," "The Single Man," and "Road to Paradise."

For 15 years, until their divorce in 1931, she was the wife of Paramount executive Charles Eyton.

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