Eulalie Jensen

Eulalie Jensen

Known for: Acting
Biography: 1884-12-24
Deathday: 1952-10-07 (67 years old)

Biography

Eulalie Jensen (December 24, 1884 – October 7, 1952) was an American actress on the New York stage and in silent films. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she was selected as one of six extra girls from the 200 applicants responding to a New York newspaper ad inserted by Sarah Bernhardt. The famed actress was making a visit to New York City. At this time, Miss Jensen was completely unknown, but this was the beginning of her film career. A number of years of stage experience enabled Jensen to become a fine emotional actress. Her stage engagements included a role in The Million at the 39th St. Theatre. This was a four-act farce by M. M. Ber and Guille Ward. The show was also featured in New Haven, Connecticut at the Hyperion Theatre. Both productions were in 1911.

In 1912, Jensen wired the managers of the Panama-Pacific Exposition of her candidacy for the model of the Spirit of the Golden Gate. The event was to be in San Francisco, California in 1915. She was selected as the model for the decorative design of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904. Jensen denied she was the most beautiful woman in America. She believed her features "adapted for decorative design".

Her film career began in 1914 with eight films. Among these were Eve's Daughter, Maria's Sacrifice, The Moonstones of Fez, My Official Wife, and Romantic Josie. Jensen made The Goddess (1915) at the old Vitagraph studio in New York, appeared in The Spark Divine (1919) and co-starred with Norma Talmadge in The Passion Flower (1921).

She became known for her vivid character portrayals. She played a Salvation Army worker and a bird woman among many others. The latter character was a prominent member of the cast of Freckles (1928). The film was adapted from the novel by Gene Stratton-Porter. Eulalie's film career continued into the sound medium with her final films, A Lost Lady (1934) and Society Doctor (1935).

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Filmography

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Mrs. Sloane (uncredited)
A Lost Lady

A Lost Lady (1934)

Movie
Nurse (uncredited)
Men in White

Men in White (1934)

Movie
Superintendent of Nurses Miss Gibbons
Miss Pinkerton

Miss Pinkerton (1932)

Movie
Mrs. Hempel (uncredited)
So Big!

So Big! (1932)

Movie
Dress Shop Proprietress (uncredited)
Union Depot

Union Depot (1932)

Movie
Dean Marbridge
Confessions of a Co-Ed

Confessions of a Co-Ed (1931)

Movie
Mrs. Kent ('Sugar')
Up Pops the Devil

Up Pops the Devil (1931)

Movie
Mrs. Graves
Never the Twain Shall Meet

Never the Twain Shall Meet (1931)

Movie
Mrs. Rutledge (prologue)
The Eyes of the World

The Eyes of the World (1930)

Movie
Matron of Canteen
She Goes to War

She Goes to War (1929)

Movie
Queen of Lisonia
Strong Boy

Strong Boy (1929)

Movie
Miss Van Studdiford
Mother Machree

Mother Machree (1927)

Movie
Cassy
Uncle Tom's Cabin

Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927)

Movie
Countess Lazlos
The Heart Thief

The Heart Thief (1927)

Movie
Valentine Lambert
A Kiss in a Taxi

A Kiss in a Taxi (1927)

Movie
Fighting Love

Fighting Love (1927)

Movie
Mrs. Clayton
Forever After

Forever After (1926)

Movie
Mrs. Stanton
Laddie

Laddie (1926)

Movie
Madame Griswald
Fig Leaves

Fig Leaves (1926)

Movie
6
Madame de Chauvalons
Volcano

Volcano (1926)

Movie
Mrs. Bylandt
Flower of Night

Flower of Night (1925)

Movie
Mrs. Alice Shenstone
The Circle

The Circle (1925)

Movie
8
Lize Weatherford
Ranger of the Big Pines

Ranger of the Big Pines (1925)

Movie
Mrs. Letham
The Happy Warrior

The Happy Warrior (1925)

Movie
Mrs. Randall Jett
The Thundering Herd

The Thundering Herd (1925)

Movie
Mother Mary Hollister
Wine of Youth

Wine of Youth (1924)

Movie
Louise Carpenter
Being Respectable

Being Respectable (1924)

Movie
Donna Theresa
The Yankee Consul

The Yankee Consul (1924)

Movie
Marie
The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)

Movie
4.58
The Mother
The Woman with Four Faces

The Woman with Four Faces (1923)

Movie
The Teacher
Deserted at the Altar

Deserted at the Altar (1922)

Movie
Mrs. Blackwell Clarke
Rags to Riches

Rags to Riches (1922)

Movie
Madge Eller
When Husbands Deceive

When Husbands Deceive (1922)

Movie
Louise Farrata
Any Wife

Any Wife (1922)

Movie
Mrs. Gordon
The Iron Trail

The Iron Trail (1921)

Movie
Raimunda
The Passion Flower

The Passion Flower (1921)

Movie
Mrs. Power
The Cinema Murder

The Cinema Murder (1919)

Movie
Helen Lane
Human Desire

Human Desire (1919)

Movie
Smith
A Temperamental Wife

A Temperamental Wife (1919)

Movie
Eva Lake
Beating the Odds

Beating the Odds (1919)

Movie
Portia Perkins
Mary Jane's Pa

Mary Jane's Pa (1917)

Movie
Actress
Salvation Joan

Salvation Joan (1916)

Movie
Vivien
For a Woman’s Fair Name

For a Woman’s Fair Name (1916)

Movie
The Baroness
The Vanishing Vault

The Vanishing Vault (1915)

Movie
Rita Reynolds, an Adventuress
The Wheels of Justice

The Wheels of Justice (1915)

Movie
Mrs. Ballard
The Juggernaut

The Juggernaut (1915)

Movie
Actress
Too Much Burglar

Too Much Burglar (1914)

Movie
Eugenie
My Official Wife

My Official Wife (1914)

Movie
Mrs. Osborne
The Moonstone of Fez

The Moonstone of Fez (1914)

Movie

Ratings

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Information

Known For
Acting

Gender
Female

Birthday
1884-12-24

Deathday
1952-10-07 (67 years old)

Birth Place
St. Louis, United States of America

Citizenships
United States of America


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