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Leatrice Joy’s height is 5ft 3in (1.60 m)

Leatrice Joy (November 7, 1893 – May 13, 1985) was an American actress most prolific during the silent film era.

Leatrice Joy

First Name: Leatrice
Middle Name: Johanna
Last Name: Joy
Maiden Name: Zeidler
Birth Full Name: Leatrice Johanna Zeidler
Other Names: Leatrice Joy Zeidler
Born: 7 November, 1893
Birthplace: New Orleans, LA
Died: 13 May, 1985
Death Location: Riverdale, NY
Cause of Death: Acute Anemia
Height: 5ft 3in (1.60 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Christian Science
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actress
Father: Edward Joseph Zeidler
Mother: Mary Joy Zeidler (née Crimens)
Filmography: Love Nest (1951), Robert Montgomery Presents (1950, TV Show), Red Stallion in the Rockies (1949), Air Hostess (1949), Studio One in Hollywood (1948, TV Show), The Old Swimmin’ Hole (1940), First Love (1939), The Love Trader (1930), Strong Boy (1929), Bellamy Trial (1929), A Most Immoral Lady (1929), The Blue Danube (1928), Man-Made Women (1928), Tropic Madness (1928), The Angel of Broadway (1927), Nobody’s Widow (1927), Vanity (1927), Girl in the Rain (1927), The Clinging Vine (1926), Eve’s Leaves (1926), For Alimony Only (1926), Made for Love (1926), The Dressmaker from Paris (1925), Hell’s Highroad (1925), The Wedding Song (1925), Changing Husbands (1924), Marriage Cheat, The (1924), Triumph (1924), The Ten Commandments (1923), Java Head (1923), The Silent Partner (1923), You Can’t Fool Your Wife (1923), Manslaughter (1922), Saturday Night (1922), The Man Who Saw Tomorrow (1922), The Bachelor Daddy (1922), Minnie (1922), The Ace of Hearts (1921), A Tale of Two Worlds (1921), Bunty Pulls the Strings (1921), Ladies Must Live (1921), The Poverty of Riches (1921), Voices of the City (1921), Blind Youth (1920), Down Home (1920), Invisible Divorce, The (1920), Just a Wife (1920), Right of Way, The (1920), Smiling All the Way (1920), The Man Hunter (1919), Water Lily, The (1919), The Scholar (1918, Short Film), The City of Tears (1918), Her Man (1918), His Day Out (1918, Short Film), One Dollar Bid (1918), The Orderly (1918, Short Film), Shackled (1918), The Stranger (1918, Short Film), Three X Gordon (1918), Wedlock (1918), The Handy Man (1918, Short Film), The Messenger (1918, Short Film), A Girl’s Folly (1917), The Pride of the Clan (1917), Auto Intoxication (1917, Short Film), Getting the Evidence (1917), Her Fractured Voice (1917), Her Iron Will (1917, Short Film), Magic Vest, The (1917), The Rejuvenator (1917, Short Film), Speed (1917, Short Film), Susie of the Follies (1917, Short Film), Susie the Sleepwalker (1917), Susie’s Scheme (1917, Short Film), The Window Dresser’s Dream (1917, Short Film), The Wishbone (1917, Short Film), Wits and Fits (1917, Short Film), The Slave (1917, Short Film), The Candy Kid (1917, Short Film), Her Scrambled Ambition (1917, Short Film), Nearly a Baker (1917), Society Scrimmage, A (1917), Susie Slips One Over (1917), Folly of Revenge, The (1916), The Other Man (1916, Short Film), Their Counterfeit Vacation (1916), Troublesome Trip, A (1916), His Turning Point (1915), Night of 100 Stars II (1985, TV Movie), Hollywood (1980, TV Show), To Tell the Truth (1956, TV Show), Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 12 (1930), The Voice of Hollywood No. 12 (1930, Short Film), Show People (1928), Screen Snapshots (1926), Hollywood (1923), A Trip to Paramountown (1922)

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