~Julia Faye~

Born: September 24, 1893 in Richmond, Virginia, USA
Died: April 6, 1966 in Hollywood, California, USA
~Biography~
American silent-film actress Julia Faye made her film bow in The Lamb (1915), which also
represented the first film appearance of Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Though she photographed
beautifully, Faye's acting skills were limited. It's possible she would have quickly faded from the
scene without the sponsorship of producer/director Cecil B. DeMille. Faye appeared in sizeable
roles in most of DeMille's extravaganzas of the '20s; her assignments ranged from the supporting
part of an Aztec handmaiden in The Woman God Forgot (1918) to the wife of Pharoah in The Ten
Commandments (1923). Offscreen, Faye became DeMille's mistress. The actress continued to work
in DeMille's films into the sound era, at least until the personal relationship dissolved. By the '40s,
Faye was washed up in films and hard up financially. DeMille responded generously by putting Faye
on his permanent payroll, casting her in minor roles in his films of the '40s and '50s, and seeing to it
that she was regularly hired for bit parts at the director's home studio of Paramount. Julia Faye's
final appearance was in 1958's The Buccaneer, which also happened to be the last film ever
produced by Cecil B. DeMille (it was directed by DeMille's son-in-law, Anthony Quinn).

Biography by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Silent Filmography~
The Godless Girl (1929) .... Inmate
Chicago (1927) .... Velma
Turkish Delight (1927) .... Zelma
The Main Event (1927) .... Margie
The Fighting Eagle (1927) .... Josephine
His Dog (1927) .... Dorcas
The King of Kings (1927) .... Martha
The Yankee Clipper (1927) .... Queen Victoria
Corporal Kate (1926) .... Becky Finkelstein
... aka Military Maids (UK)
Meet the Prince (1926) .... Princess Sophia Alexnov
Bachelor Brides (1926) .... Pansy Short
The Volga Boatman (1926) .... Mariusha, A Gypsy
The Road to Yesterday (1925) .... Dolly Foules
Hell's Highroad (1925) .... Anne Broderick
The Golden Bed (1925) .... Mrs. Amos Thompson
Feet of Clay (1924) .... Bertha Lansell
Changing Husbands (1924) .... Mitzi
Triumph (1924) .... Countess Rika
Don't Call It Love (1923) .... Clara Proctor
The Ten Commandments (1923) .... The Wife of Pharaoh (prologue)
Adam's Rib (1923) .... The Mischievous One ... Movie Still Code: 513-X
Nobody's Money (1923) .... Annette
Hollywood (1923) ... Herself
Manslaughter (1922) .... Mrs. Drummond
Nice People (1922) .... Hallie Livingston
Saturday Night (1922) .... Elsie Prentiss
Fool's Paradise (1921) .... Samaran, His Chief Wife
The Affairs of Anatol (1921) (uncredited) .... Tibra
... aka A Prodigal Knight (UK)
The Great Moment (1921) .... Sadi Bronson
Forbidden Fruit (1921) .... Maid
The Snob (1921) .... Betty Welland
Life of the Party (1920) .... 'French' Kate
... aka The Life of the Party
Something to Think About (1920) .... Alice Blair - Banker's Daughter
Why Change Your Wife? (1920) (uncredited) .... Bathing Suit Mannequin
The Six Best Cellars (1920) .... Mrs. Jordan

Male and Female (1919) .... Susan - maid #2
It Pays to Advertise (1919) .... Countess de Beaurien
Stepping Out (1919) .... The Secretary
A Very Good Young Man (1919) .... Kitty Douglas ... Movie Still Code: L294-X
Don't Change Your Husband (1919) .... Nanette aka Toodles
Venus in the East (1919) .... Doric Blint
The Squaw Man (1918) .... Lady Mabel
Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots (1918) .... Mabel Brown
Till I Come Back to You (1918) .... Susette
Sandy (1918) .... Annette Fenton
Old Wives for New (1918) .... Jessie
The Whispering Chorus (1918) (uncredited) .... Girl in Shanghai Dive
The Woman God Forgot (1917) .... Tecza's handmaiden
A Roadside Impresario (1917) .... Adelaide Vandergrift
A Lover's Might (Short) (1916) ... The Mayor's Daughter
The Surf Girl (Short) (1916) ... The Daughter
Bucking Society (Short) (1916) ... Young Woman in Sitting Room
The Surf Girl (1916)
His Last Laugh (1916)
His Auto Ruination (1916)
A Movie Star (1916)
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Don Quixote (1915)
As in the Days of Old (1915)
The Lamb (1915) (uncredited) .... Woman
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