Maxine Hicks on The Jeffersons as picketer in the episode "The Hold Out" in Season 5.
|Born:||October 24, 1904|
|Birthplace:||Denver, Colorado, U.S.|
|Died||January 10, 2000(aged 95)|
|Deathplace:||San Clemente, California, U.S.|
|Appeared on:||The Jeffersons|
|Episodes appeared in:||"The Hold Out"|
|Character played:||Woman Picketer|
Born in Denver, CO, Maxine began appearing in plays in New York City at age 5. As Maxine Hicks, silent film era, with over 200 credited and uncredited roles between 1914 and 1937. Her most famous roles were as Felice, the daughter of Ethel Barrymore's character in the 1917 version of The Eternal Mother, and the nemesis Susie May Squoggs in The Poor Little Rich Girl. In 1937, she left acting when she and her mother got into a dispute with Jack Warner of Warner Bros. studio.
After a decades-long hiatus, she returned to acting in her 70s as Maxine Elliott, with bit parts in television shows such as All in the Family and Just the Ten of Us and movies such as Defending Your Life.
- Maxine Elliott Hicks; silent-screen actress, AP article, published by Reading Eagle, 2000-01-21, accessed 2014-7-19.
- Maxine Elliott Hicks at the Internet Movie Database
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