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Mary Brian was an American actress and movie star who made the transition from 'silents' to 'talkies'.
She was born Louise Byrdie Dantzler in, Texas, the daughter of Taurrence J. Dantzler and Louise B.. Her brother was Taurrence J. Dantzler, Jr..
Her father died when she was one month old and the family later moved to. In the early 1920s, they moved to, California. She had intended becoming an illustrator but that was laid aside when at age 16 she was discovered in a local bathing beauty contest. One of the judges was famous motion picture star Esther Ralston.
She didn't win the $25 prize in the contest but Ralston said, "you've got to give the little girl something." So, her prize was to be interviewed by director Herbert Brenon for a role in Peter Pan.
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