Bartine Burkett

Bartine Burkett

Known for: Acting
Biography: 1898-02-09
Deathday: 1994-05-20 (96 years old)

Biography

Bartine Burkett Zane (February 9, 1898 – May 20, 1994) was an American film actress.

Burkett was born in Robeline, Louisiana to John Norvel Burkett and Bana G. (Howe) Burkett. She had a brother, Arthur. She gained acting experience in productions of the Shreveport Dramatic Club.Burkett was engaged to be married, but her fiance, an American Expeditionary Forces officer, was killed in France in 1918.As early as 1914, Burkett worked as an extra in Famous Players–Lasky films. She progressed to feature roles by the end of that decade. She is best recalled for her silent comedies and her late-in-life appearances in sitcoms and TV commercials. She appeared in nearly sixty silent films before retiring upon her 1928 marriage to Ralph Leland Zane. Among her earliest co-stars and friends were Buster Keaton, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Al St. John and Stan Laurel.In 1973, five years after her husband's death, she returned to acting, appearing in three films and a number of television programs and advertisements.She died in Burbank, California at age 96. She is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in

Los Angeles, California.

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1972
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Known For
Acting

Gender
Female

Birthday
1898-02-09

Deathday
1994-05-20 (96 years old)

Birth Place
Robeline, United States of America

Citizenships
United States of America

Also Known As
Bartina Burkett, Bartine Burkette, Bartine Burkett Zane, Bartine Zane


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