Lenore Ulric (1892-1970) was a star of the Broadway stage and Hollywood films of the silent-film and early sound era.
Ulric was discovered in 1913 by theater director David Belasco, who would go on to manage her stage career, she was noted for portraying fiery, hot-blooded women of the typical “femme fatale”.
“I’m all right when I’m acting. It’s the stills that worry me. My cameraman said, ‘Miss Ulric, you’re fine when you’re moving. But the minute I try to take a still of you, you get that set look.’ He’s right. I smile naturally for a second, and then it’s forced. In the sad scenes I stare.” – Lenore Ulric.
Take a look at these gorgeous pictures to see the beauty of young Lenore Ulric from between the 1920s and 1930s.