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Julia Faye

Julia Faye was born on September 24, 1893 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. She was an actress, known for The Ten Commandments (1956), Samson and Delilah (1949) and The Greatest Show on Earth (1952). She died on April 6, 1966 in Hollywood, California, USA. She appeared in more Cecil B. DeMille movies than any other actress. She appeared in many of his silents, and in every one of his movies from Union Pacific (1939) on. She was Cecil B. DeMille's mistress off-screen for quite some time. The devoted DeMille kept her employed in bit parts long after her career (and their relationship) was over. Off-screen, she was known to be a highly skilled horsewoman. Like many of her contemporaries, her home in Hollywood contained a Chinese room, filled with oriental art objects.


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Born:
Sep 24, 1893
Movie/TV Credits:
55
First Appeared:
In the movie The Surf Girl 1916-07-09
Latest Project:
Movie The Ten Commandments 1956-10-05
Known For
Poster of The Ten Commandments
Poster of Adam's Rib
Poster of The Woman God Forgot
Poster of The Surf Girl
Filmography
Movie The Ten Commandments Elisheba 1956-10-05
Movie The Greatest Show on Earth Birdie 1952-01-10
Movie Here Comes the Groom Passenger on Airplane 1951-09-20
Movie Where Danger Lives Nurse Seymour (uncredited) 1950-11-16
Movie Sunset Boulevard Hisham 1950-08-10
Movie Alias Nick Beal Reformer 1949-03-04
Movie A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Lady Penelope 1949-04-22
Movie Samson and Delilah Haisham 1949-12-21
Movie The Big Clock Secretary 1948-03-18
Movie Beyond Glory Motherly Churchgoer (uncredited) 1948-08-03
Movie Night Has a Thousand Eyes Companion (uncredited) 1948-10-13
Movie Joan of Arc Townswoman 1948-12-22
Movie California Wagon Woman 1947-02-21
Movie The Perils of Pauline Nurse (uncredited) 1947-07-04
Movie Unconquered Widow Swivens 1947-10-10
Movie To Each His Own (uncredited) 1946-03-12
Movie Casanova Brown X-Ray Nurse (uncredited) 1944-08-23
Movie So Proudly We Hail Nurse 1943-09-08
Movie Reap the Wild Wind Charleston Lady #2 1942-03-26
Movie Holiday Inn Guest at Inn (uncredited) 1942-07-10
Movie Pacific Blackout Dance Club Woman 1941-12-31
Movie North West Mounted Police Wapiskau 1940-10-22
Movie Remember the Night Jury Member (uncredited) 1940-01-01
Movie Union Pacific Mame 1939-05-05
Movie The Spellbinder Courtroom Extra 1939-07-28
Movie You and Me Secretary 1938-06-03
Movie Till We Meet Again Nurse 1936-04-04
Movie The Squaw Man Mrs. Chichester Jones 1931-09-04
Movie Not So Dumb Mrs. Forbes 1930-02-02
Movie The Godless Girl Inmate 1929-03-31
Movie Dynamite Marcia Towne 1929-12-13
Movie The Yankee Clipper Queen Victoria 1927-05-07
Movie The King of Kings Martha 1927-01-01
Movie His Dog 1927-07-24
Movie Chicago Velma 1927-12-23
Movie The Main Event Margie 1927-11-18
Movie The Fighting Eagle Josephine 1927-08-28
Movie The Road to Yesterday Dolly Foules 1925-11-13
Movie Feet of Clay 1924-09-27
Movie Changing Husbands Mitzi 1924-06-22
Movie Nobody's Money Annette 1923-01-28
Movie Adam's Rib The Mischievous One 1923-09-24
Movie The Ten Commandments The Wife of Pharaoh 1923-11-23
Movie Saturday Night Elsie Prentiss 1922-01-29
Movie A Trip to Paramountown Herself 1922-07-10
Movie Nice People Hallie Livingston 1922-07-12
Movie Manslaughter Mrs. Drummond 1922-09-24
Movie Something to Think About Alice Blair, Banker's Daughter 1920-10-16
Movie Life of the Party 'French' Kate 1920-11-21
Movie Don't Change Your Husband Nanette aka Toodles 1919-01-26
Movie Male and Female Susan - Maid #2 1919-11-23
Movie Old Wives for New Jessie 1918-05-18
Movie The Woman God Forgot Tecza's Handmaiden 1917-10-27
Movie The Surf Girl The Daughter 1916-07-09
Movie Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages Bit Role (uncredited) 1916-09-04
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