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Louise Fazenda (1895-1962) was an American actress who starred primarily in silent comedy films. Fazenda began her career in comedy shorts with Joker Studios in 1913. After a short stint in vaudeville she began appearing in shorts and full-length films throughout the 1920’s. By the time films with sound were invented she had become very successful and worked for nearly every major studio, starring primarily in musicals and comedies. She became best known for her diverse character roles.
Part of a set of movie star buttons from the 1920's.