|Height:||161 cm (5' 4'')|
|Birth Day:||July 6, 1871|
|Death Date:||December 7, 1950|
As per our current Database, Evelyn Selbie died on December 7, 1950.
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In 1909, Selbie joined a vaudeville team, leaving the Bentley stock company.
Selbie began her motion picture career in 1912 with the Essanay Company as the leading lady of Broncho Billy Anderson and worked with that company nine years. Her silent movie credits include The Squaw Man, which was the first Hollywood production of Cecil B. De Mille. She continued in motion pictures until 1949 with The Doolins of Oklahoma, in which she played Birdie. She participated in the Fu Manchu film serials and did freelance work on radio.
On December 7, 1950, Selbie died at the Motion Picture Country Hospital in Los Angeles, California. She was 79. Selbie entered the Motion Picture Country Hospital two weeks after suffering a heart attack. The interment was at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California.
Currently, Evelyn Selbie is 150 years, 3 months and 13 days old. Evelyn Selbie will celebrate 151st birthday on a Wednesday 6th of July 2022.
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