Constance Alice Talmadge (April 19, 1898 – November 23, 1973) was an American silent movie star born in Brooklyn, New York. She was the sister of actresses Natalie and Norma Talmadge. Wikipedia
Age: 75 (age at death)
Born: 19th April, 1898, Brooklyn, New York
Died: 23rd November, 1973, Los Angeles, California
Height: 5' 6" (168 cm)
Claim to Fame: A Pair of Silk Stockings (1918)
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[In a letter to her sister Norma Talmadge, who was trying to keep her career going in talkies after Constance herself had retired] "Quit pressing your luck, baby. The critics can`t knock those trust funds Mama set up for us".
"Are you kidding? I couldn`t act even when I was a movie star!" [To theatrical producer Leonard Sillman, after he asked her to appear on Broadway in the 1960s.]
Interviewed in "Talking to the Piano Player: Silent Film Stars, Writers and Directors Remember" by Stuart Oderman (BearManor Media).
Talmadge Street in Hollywood, California, is named for Constance and her sister Norma Talmadge. It ran along the west side of Vitagraph`s west coast studio where the Talmadges made some of their movies in the 1910s. The studio is now the ABC Television Center, west coast home of the American Broadcasting Company and its Los Angeles station, KABC-TV.