Mabel Taliaferro

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Mabel "Nell" Taliaferro (May 21, 1887 – January 24, 1979) was an American stage, and a silent screen actress, known as the Sweetheart of American Movies. Taliaferro was descended on her father's side from one of the early families who settled in Virginia in the 17th century, the Taliaferros, whose roots are in northern Italy.

Born as Maybelle Evelyn Taliaferro in New York City and raised in Richmond, Virginia, in 1912 her career began with the Selig Studios film version of Cinderella co-starring her then husband Thomas Carrigan.Pictorial History of the Silent Screen by Daniel Blum c. 1953 page 25 She continued performing in films through her retirement in 1921. In 1940, she appeared in her final picture, My Love Came Back. Taliaferro was a sister of film and stage actress Edith Taliaferro and the cousin of actress Bessie Barriscale.


  • My Love Came Back (1940)
  • Alexander Hamilton (1924)
  • The Rich Slave (1921)
  • Sentimental Tommy (1921)
  • The Mite of Love (1919)
  • Draft 258 (1917)
  • Peggy Leads the Way (1917)
  • The Jury of Fate (1917)
  • Peggy, the Will O' the Wisp (1917)
  • The Barricade (1917)
  • A Wife by Proxy (1917)
  • The Sunbeam (1916)
  • The Dawn of Love (1916)
  • God's Half Acre (1916)
  • Snowbird (1916)
  • Her Great Price (1916)
  • The Three of Us (1914)
  • The Sunbeam (1912)
  • Cinderella (1911; released January 1, 1912)


  • Springtime Folly (1951)
  • Bloomer Girl (1946)
  • Victory Belles (1944)
  • George Washington Slept Here (1941)
  • Back Fire (1932)
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