Mona Barrie appeared in dozens of films from westerns to musicals to "Charlie Chan in London." Despite her versatility including the fact that she could hold her own comedically with the likes of W.C. Fields, she was never really a leading-lady type.
Barrie began as a ballerina, graduated to the stage, and in 1933 was signed by Fox to a contract. She made films for nearly 20 years.
She married a Canadian named Paul Macklin Bolton, whom she now is buried next to in Ontario, Canada.