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Lillian Peacock

Born: Oct 23, 1889

Death: Aug 19, 1918

Nationality: United States

Lillian Peacock

Date of Birth : Oct 23, 1889
Date of Death : Aug 19, 1918

Lillian Peacock was a silent film actress from Scottdale, Pennsylvania. Her real-life name was Lillian M. Webb. Peacock owns more than one hundred film credits beginning with an appearance in Wanted-A Piano Tuner in 1915. Her last film efforts were Cave Man Stuff, Who's To Blame?, and The Pie Eyed Piper, all from 1918. Peacock died an untimely death following internal injuries sustained during filming a comedy scene in which she leaped from one running automobile to another, in 1916. She continued her career until the early part of 1918 when she became incapacitated by the effects of her injuries. She died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Webb, of 1230 Westlake Avenue, Los Angeles, California. Peacock was twenty-eight years of age and had lived in Los Angeles for eleven years, after coming with her parents from Scottdale. She began acting in the film studios at the age of nineteen. She worked for Universal Pictures, Pathe Pictures, and Bosworth Pictures, at various times. Peacock was interred at Hollywood Cemetery.

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