Mrs. George Albert Smith

Mrs. George Albert Smith
1862 - 1938

Mrs. George Albert Smith  English Actress

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Birthday 4th February, 1862
Died 25th October, 1938
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality English
Occupation Text Actor, filmmaker
Occupation Actress

Laura Eugenia Bayley (4 February 1862 – 25 October 1938) was a British actress and filmmaker, active in the Brighton School of early cinema pioneers. Born in Ramsgate, Bayley performed onstage in Victorian burlesques, revues, and pantomimes, often with her three sisters. After marrying the showman George Albert Smith, she entered the world of early experiments with motion picture film; she played main roles in many of the most important films Smith made between 1897 and 1903, including The Kiss in the Tunnel (1899) and Mary Jane's Mishap (1903).

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Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Mary Jane's Mishap1903Mary JaneShort Film
The Death of Poor Joe1901JoeShort Film
Let Me Dream Again1900Young womanMovie
The Old Maid's Valentine1900Miss Pimple (as Laura Bayley)Short Film
A Kiss in the Tunnel1899Movie
Santa Claus1898NurseShort Film
The X-Ray Fiend1897Movie

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