Juliette Compton Movies and Career Information
May 03, 1899
Juliette Compton (May 3, 1899 – March 19 1989) was an American actress whose career began in the silent film era and concluded with That Hamilton Woman in 1941. Born in Columbus, Georgia, she started off with a season in the Ziegfeld Follies and then stages appearances in London where she also acted in British films. Compton appeared in The Woman Tempted (1926), Ladies of Leisure (1930), Peg o' My Heart (1933), Berkeley Square (1933), The Count of Monte Cristo (1934), and Irene (1940). Compton married James Bartram in 1931. They separated in 1936 and finally divorced in 1942. She died in Pasadena, California.