Carroll McComas

Carroll McComas was a stage, film and television actress. McComas began acting on the Broadway stage while still in her teens. Her greatest personal stage triumph was Miss Lulu Bett in the 1920-21 season. She was the daughter of Judge C. C. McComas and wife Ellen Moore. Her films roles were few and far between. She made her silent movie debut in 1916 in When Love Is King, a still extant film. Her second and last silent film came in 1920 in Jack Straw directed by William C. deMille and based on a 1908 stage play W. Somerset Maugham that starred John Drew, Jr. & Mary Boland. This movie still survives. McComas interrupted her screen career after marrying Selskar M Gunn, Vice President ... more on Wikipedia

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