Ruth Hiatt - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Ruth Hiatt’s height is 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

Ruth Hiatt was an actress in motion pictures beginning in the silent film era. She is known for performing in 1920s comedies directed by Jack White, Norman Taurog, and Mack Sennett.

Best Known For Movie: Family Life
Born: January 6, 1906, Cripple Creek, Colorado, United States
Filmography: Double Trouble (1941), Radio Barred (1936), Just Speeding (1936), The Broken Coin (1936), Oh, My Nerves (1935), Little Papa (1935), The Drunkard (1935), Beginner’s Luck (1935), Broadway Bill (1934), Men in Black (1934), Super Stupid (1934), Good Dame (1934), Ridin’ Thru (1934), Forgotten Babies (1933), The Big Flash (1932), Honeymoon Beach (1932), Love Pains (1932), The Sunset Trail (1932), Taxi Troubles (1931), Won by a Neck (1930), Her Man (1930), Some Babies (1930), Carnival Revue (1930), Night Work (1930), Honk Your Horn (1930), The Beauties (1930), Fifty Million Husbands (1930), Good Morning Sheriff (1930), Follow the Swallow (1930), Camera Shy (1930), Shanghai Rose (1929), Grass Skirts (1929), The New Aunt (1929), The Rodeo (1929), Uncle Tom (1929), Baby’s Birthday (1929), The Burglar (1928), The Bargain Hunt (1928), Smith’s Catalina Rowboat Race (1928), The Chinatown Mystery (1928), The Chicken (1928), Smith’s Restaurant (1928), Smith’s Farm Days (1928), Smith’s Army Life (1928), Smith’s Holiday (1928), Smith’s Modiste Shop (1927), The Girl from Everywhere (1927), Smith’s Cousin (1927), Smith’s Cook (1927), Smith’s Pony (1927), Smith’s Candy Shop (1927), Smith’s Fishing Trip (1927), The Missing Link (1927), His First Flame (1927), Smith’s Kindergarten (1927), Smith’s Surprise (1927), Long Pants (1927), Smith’s New Home (1927), Smith’s Customer (1927), Smith’s Pets (1927), Smith’s Picnic (1926), Smith’s Uncle (1926), Smith’s Visitor (1926), Love’s Last Laugh (1926), Smith’s Landlord (1926), Smith’s Vacation (1926), Smith’s Baby (1926), Wandering Willies (1926), Saturday Afternoon (1926), Hotsy-Totsy (1925), Framed (1925), Isn’t Love Cuckoo? (1925), Waiting (1925), Fares, Please! (1925), Rock Bottom (1925), High Hopes (1925), Rapid Transit (1925), Have a Heart (1925), Step Lightly (1925), Motor Mad (1924), Poor Butterfly (1924), Fast and Furious (1924/I), Wild Game (1924), Pain as You Enter (1924), Hot Air (1924), Good Morning (1924), Going East (1924), Fold Up (1924), Killing Time (1924), Family Life (1924), Lonesome (1924), My Friend (1924), Heads Up (1923), Simple Sadie (1923), The Optimist (1923), Three Strikes (1923), This Way Out (1923), F.O.B. (1923), Uneasy Feet (1923), Extra! Extra! (1923), No Luck (1923), The Educator (1922), Robin Hood (1922), The Speeder (1922), The Vigilantes (1918), The Inner Chamber (1915), Sesame Street, Special (1988), The Voice of Hollywood No. 12 (1930), Life in Hollywood No. 2 (1927), When Comedy Was King (1960).
Other Names: Ruth Hyatt
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Film Actress
Died: April 21, 1994, Montrose, Michigan, United States
Movies: Wandering Willies, Men in Black, Saturday Afternoon, Long Pants, The Burglar, Uncle Tom, Smith’s Customer
Height: 5ft 3in (1.6 m)
First Name: Ruth
Last Name: Hiatt
Birth Full Name: Ruth Redfern
Birthplace: Cripple Creek, Colorado
Death Location: Montrose, California
Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Black
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American

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