Fay McKenzie is an American actress best known for her five leading roles opposite Gene Autry in 1941 and 1942. One of her earliest roles was at the age of six in The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln (1924) where she played Sarah Lincoln. Child Stars, Abraham Lincoln, Silent Movie, Sarah Lincoln, Opposites Gene, Wudda Faces, Movie Stars, Role Opposites, Child Silent
Ynez Seabury was an American actress of the stage, silent and early sound film era. She was in motion pictures by the age of four, having a role as Little Kathy in The Miser's Heart (1911). Ynez remained on the screen until the late 1940s, appearing in 26 movies including Madam Satan (1930), The Sign of the Cross (1932), Now and Forever (1934), The Girl of the Golden West !1938), Union Pacific (1939) and Reap the Wild Wind (1942). Her final role was an uncredited one in Samson and Delilah (1949)
Marie Eline appeared in an incredible 117 movies by the time she was 12-years-old, playing the roles of both girls and boys (as did other young actresses of her day). She worked with The Thanhouser Company for most of her career and was billed as The Thanhouser Kid
Evelyn Rudie child actress: Evelyn Rudie appeared in 20 movies and TV shows between 1955 and 1963, but she is probably best remembered for her role in the 1958 movie The Gift of Love. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6800 Hollywood Blvd.
Donna Corcoran is a former child actress who appeared in several films of the early 1950s. She most notably appeared in several aquatic musicals that featured Esther Williams (playing swimmer Annette Kellerman as a child in one of them). After making her last film in 1955, she made a token comeback as a young adult in an episode of the long running television sitcom My Three Sons in the early 1960s, before finally leaving acting altogether