Quotes from When Women Wrote Hollywood – 7 in a series – “From acting to screenwriting”

Quotes from When Women Wrote Hollywood - 7 in a series -

“In 1911, Meredyth began working as an extra at the Biograph Company, and eventually wound up as a stock player for D.W. Griffith. In addition to acting at Biograph, she also began to write and direct one- and two-reeler films. It had occurred to Meredyth that she could make more money if she both wrote and acted, so she began doing so for several different studios.”

You’d Better Learn to Hold Your Liquor: Bess Meredyth and A Career in Early Hollywood
Sydney Haven


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