~Maude George~

Born: August 15, 1888 in Riverside, California, USA
Died: October 10, 1963 (age 75) in Sepulveda, California, USA
~Filmography~
Actress

The Veiled Woman (1929) ... Countess De Bracchi
The Woman from Moscow (1928) ... Olga Andreavitshka
The Wedding March (1928) ... Princess Maria - Nicki's mother
Isle of Lost Men (1928) ... Kealani
After the Storm (1928) ... Molly O'Doon
The Garden of Eden (1928) ... Madame Bauer
Altars of Desire (1927) ... Kitty Pryor
The Love Toy (1926) ... Lady in Waiting
Soiled (1925) ... Bess Duane
Confessions of a Queen (uncredited) (1925)  
Worldly Goods (1924) ... Letitia Calhoun
Torment (1924) ... Mrs. Hammond
The Drums of Jeopardy (1923) ... Olga Andrevich
Six Days (1923) ... Clara Leslie
Merry-Go-Round (1923) ... Madame Elvira
Temporary Marriage (1923) ... Olga Kazanoff, an adventuress
The Power of a Lie (1922) ... Joan Hammond
Monte Cristo (1922) ... Baroness Danglars
Foolish Wives (1922) ... Her Highness - Princess Olga Petchnikoff
Roads of Destiny (1921) ... Fate
Madame X (1920) ... Marie
The Devil's Passkey (1920) ... Renée Malot

A Rogue's Romance (1919)
The Lamb and the Lion (1919) ... Mrs. Kathryn Sylvester (as Maud George)
The Midnight Stage (1919) ... Nita
The Marriage Ring (1918) ... Aho
The Marriage Bubble (Short) (1918)
Blue Blazes' Rawden (1918) ... Babette DuFresne
Magda (1917) ... Theresa (as Maude Ford)
Barbary Sheep (1917) ... The innkeeper (as Maude Ford)
Even As You and I (1917) ... Cleo (as Maud George)
The Melody of Death (Short) (1917) ... Nina
Heart Strings (1917) ... Leonie
The Piper's Price (1917) ... Jessica Hadley (as Maud George)
Get the Boy (1916)
The People vs. John Doe (1916) ... His Sister (as Maud George)
Beyond the Wall (1916) ... Nane (as Maude Forde)
The Shadows of Suspicion (Short) (1916) ... Olive Dixon
The Moving Finger (Short) (1916) ... Amy Grant
The Social Buccaneer (1916) ... Miss Goldberg
Idle Wives (Short) (1916) ... Mrs. Jamison
The Beckoning Trail (1916) ... Georgette Fallon
The Silent Battle (1916) ... Nina Jaffray (as Maud George)
The Iron Hand (1916) ... Slim's Wife (as Maud George)
A Son of the Immortals (1916) ... Countess Makotin
Hulda the Silent (Short) (1916) ... Thelma Johnson
A Youth of Fortune (1916) ... Gwendolyn O'Donovan
The Gay Lord Waring (1916) ... Countess Olga Imani (as Maud George)
The Pool of Flame (1916) ... Princess Karan (as Maud George)
The Target (1916) ... Marian Moore
Langdon's Legacy (1916) ... Señorita Del Deros
The Road to Paradise (Short) (1915) ... Princess Karen
When a Queen Loved O'Rourke (Short) (1915) ... Princess Karen
The New Adventures of Terence O'Rourke (1915) ... Princess Karen
The Palace of Dust (Short) (1915) ... Princess Karen
The Frame-Up (1915) ... Florida Everett
Business Is Business (1915) ... Madame Lechat
Both Sides of Life (Short) (1915) ... Blanche aka Mrs. Gage
A Little Brother of the Rich (1915) ... Muriel Evans (as Maud George)
A Cigarette - That's All (Short) (1915) ... Barrett's Wife
The Fear Within (Short) (1915) ... Marie
The Troubadour (Short) (1915) ... Torquessa's Mother

Writer

The Fighting Gringo (scenario - as Maud George) (1917)
Mary from America (Short) (scenario) (1917)
~Biography~
A matronly actress no longer in the bloom of youth, silver-haired Maude George was transformed by
iconoclastic director Erich Von Stroheim into a distinctive erotic presence, first as a modiste in the
now-lost "The Devil's Passkey" (1920) and then, memorably, as the fake Princess Olga in "Foolish Wives"
(1922). Von Stroheim cast the actress a third time, as a madam, in "Merry-Go-Round" (1923), but when
the director was summarily replaced with Rupert Julian, George emerged as little more than a minor
supporting presence. She played aristocrats, real or fake, in many other films in the 1920s, but only
Stroheim seems to have cultivated what he termed her "corrupt sophistication." She was more corrupt
than sophisticated in her final Stroheim film, "The Wedding March" (1926), playing the cigar-puffing
Princess Wildeliebe-Rauffenburg. Maude George retired at the changeover to sound.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
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