BORN: January 17, 1897 in Brooklyn, NY. DIED: March 2, 1980 in Los Angeles, CA.
Biography of ANNE CORNWALL :
A petite, 4'10" brunette, Anne arrived in Hollywood in 1918 and soon became a popular character actress in such films as "La, La, Lucille" (1920) but is probably best remembered as Buster Keaton's love interest in "College" (1927). She went into semi-retirement shortly after her second marriage to Los Angeles Engineer Ellis Wing Taylor in 1930 and the birth of their son Peter (her first was to Director Charles Maigne) and seen on the screen only a few times thereafter. One such occurrence was as Mr. Blakely's Secretary in "You Can't Take It With You." (1938). She came out of retirement briefly to make public relation tours with Keaton to promote "The Buster Keaton Story" (1957). Anne was chosen a WAMPUS BABY STAR in 1925.