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1894 - 1958
The actress Estelle Taylor was born as Estelle Boylan. She began as a secretary and in the 20s she became a popular movie star.
Her success was not least based on her huge ambition and on a well business
sense. At the age of 14 he got married with a wealthy man. When her career
as model tookshape the marriage was divorced four years later.
Estelle Taylor acted in the 20s as an exotic beauty in movies like "The Adventurer" (20), "The Lights of New York" (22), "Monte Cristo" (22), Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Commandments" (23), "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" (24), "The Alaskan" (24), "Don Juan" (26) and "Honor Bound" (28).
Estelle Taylor got married with heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey in 1925. The marriage was divorced in 1931 in full view of the public.
Although Estelle Taylor managed the transition to the talkies without any difficulties and got rewarding roles in movies like "Liliom" (30), "Cimarron" (30), "The Unholy Garden" (31) and "Call Her Savage" (32), she retired from the film business at the beginning of the 30s.
She made her comeback in 1945 for Jean Renoir's movie "The Southerner"
(45), her last movie.
Other movies with Estelle Taylor: