Marguerite Clayton
Date of Birth
Apr 12, 1891
Birth Place:
Ogden, UT

Biography

A pioneering screen actress, blond Marguerite Clayton was Broncho Billy Anderson's first leading lady. Clayton began her association with the man who more or less single-handedly created the Western genre in 1909, when she played Anderson's love interest in A Mexican's Gratitude. A one-reel depiction of how Sheriff Anderson saves a Mexican horse thief from death by hanging, the Western was filmed...