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Natalie Kingston (May 19, 1905 - February 2, 1991)
Kingston was born as Natalia Ringstrom in Sonoma County, California, and
raised in San Francisco. As a child, she learned to dance traditional Spanish
dances. She began law school but left to take a course in dancing and her
first professional career was as a dancer..
Starting her career as an actress on Broadway, she moved into films
in the early 1920s. Her first movie appearance was in The Daredevil
(1923). She joined the Mack Sennett studios in 1924, and co-starred with
Harry Langdon in a series of comedy films including Remember When?
(1925) and Her First Flame (1927). She signed with Paramount
Pictures in 1926 and made three comedies in quick succession. All three
were comedies: Miss Brewster's Millions (1926), The Cat's Pajamas
(1926) and Wet Paint (1926). Kingston's first dramatic role was
in Street Angel (1928) followed with the Tom Mix movie, Painted
Post and The Night of Love (1927) with Ronald Colman.
She then appeared in two Tarzan films. She was Mary Trevor in Tarzan
the Mighty (1928) and the fifth actress to play Jane in Tarzan
the Tiger (1929). The Tarzan serial, which co-starred Frank
Merrill, was produced by Universal Pictures. Natalie Kingston died in West
Hills, California, aged 85, in 1991.
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