- 7 November 1893
- New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Making her film debut as an extra in 1917, Leatrice Joy soon graduated to playing opposite comics Billy West and Oliver Hardy. Director Cecil B. DeMille took her under his wing and starred her in several of his films. Often playing career girls dressed in mannish suits, or sophisticated society girls, she is generally credited with starting the bobbed-hair craze in the 1920s. She retired shortly after the advent of sound, but made occasional appearances in small supporting roles over the years.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Οι δέκα εντολές – The Ten Commandments (1923)||November 23, 1923|