Mildred Harris (1926) was married to Charlie Chaplin in 1918 and they divorced in 1920.

Mildred Harris (1926) was married to Charlie Chaplin in 1918 and they divorced in 1920.

Mildred Harris (November 29, 1901 – July 20, 1944) was an American film actress. Harris began her career in the film industry as a popular child actress at age 11. At the age of 15, she was cast as a harem girl in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916). She appeared as a leading lady through the 1920s but her career slowed with the advent of the "talkies".

Mildred Harris (November 29, 1901 – July 20, 1944) was an American film actress. Harris began her career in the film industry as a popular child actress at age 11. At the age of 15, she was cast as a harem girl in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916). She appeared as a leading lady through the 1920s but her career slowed with the advent of the "talkies".

I couldnt live with a genius cries 1st wife of charie Chaplin Mildred Harris

I couldnt live with a genius cries 1st wife of charie Chaplin Mildred Harris

Mildred Harris was an American film actress during the early part of the 20th century. She was also the first wife of Charlie Chaplin. Harris began her career in the film industry as a child actress when she was 11 years old

Mildred Harris was an American film actress during the early part of the 20th century. She was also the first wife of Charlie Chaplin. Harris began her career in the film industry as a child actress when she was 11 years old

From left to right- Mary Pickford, Mildred Harris with Mary, Dorothy, and Lillian Gish

From left to right- Mary Pickford, Mildred Harris with Mary, Dorothy, and Lillian Gish

Charlie Chaplin Marries Mildred Harris | World History Project-- A rare photo of Charlie and Mildred together.

Charlie Chaplin Marries Mildred Harris | World History Project-- A rare photo of Charlie and Mildred together.

"I know both Mabel Normand and Mary Miles Minter, and they are both lovely girls. It is the hangers-on at the studios who give the colony the bad name it bears [sic]. As for the parties, people have to have them at their homes for there are no amusements out there. There are no theaters, only one stock company." -- Mildred Harris, on Hollywood in 1922. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

"I know both Mabel Normand and Mary Miles Minter, and they are both lovely girls. It is the hangers-on at the studios who give the colony the bad name it bears [sic]. As for the parties, people have to have them at their homes for there are no amusements out there. There are no theaters, only one stock company." -- Mildred Harris, on Hollywood in 1922. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

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