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Miriam Battista net worth, biography and wiki:Miriam Battista (July 14, 1912 – December 22, 1980) was an American actress known principally for her early career as a child star in silent films. After gaining notice in Broadway theatre at the age of four, she was cast in films the same year. Her most famous appearance was in the 1920 film Humoresque in which she played a little girl on crutches. As an adult, Battista acted in Italian-language films in the 1930s, and she appeared in Broadway productions. She wrote, sang, composed music, and co-hosted a television talk show with her second husband. Wikipedia
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|1||A short story that Miriam wrote was published in the New Yorker: "No Sugar Thanks," April 20, 1940.|
|2||At the height of her fame as a child movie star, Miriam met two U.S. Presidents, Harding and Coolidge. She was photographed with Laddie Boy, President Harding's dog, on the White House lawn, and she was photographed sitting on President Coolidge's lap.|
|3||Miriam had two older brothers, William and Archie. William acted with her on stage in "Freedom" in 1918.|
|4||Her great-grandfather was an archbishop.|
|From Nine to Nine||1936||Toinette - the Maid|
|Enlighten Thy Daughter||1934||Lillian Stevens|
|Sky Symphony||1933||Short||Miriam Battista|
|Santa Lucia Luntana||1931||Molly|
|Così è la vita||1931|
|The King of Kings||1927||uncredited|
|Life in Hollywood No. 6||1927||Short|
|The Shining Adventure||1925||Little Girl (uncredited)|
|Men, Women and Money||1924|
|The Steadfast Heart||1923||Lydia Canfield, as a child|
|The Custard Cup||1923||Lettie|
|The Curse of Drink||1922||Baby Betty|
|The Man Who Played God||1922||Little Girl|
|The Good Provider||1922||Pearl Binswanger, as a child|
|The Blonde Vampire||1922||Alice|
|Smilin' Through||1922||Little Mary - Moonyeen's Sister|
|Boomerang Bill||1922||Chinese Girl|
|At the Stage Door||1921||Mary Mathews as a Girl|
|The Sin That Was His||1920||uncredited|
|Eye for Eye||1918||Hassouna's Little Sister|
|This Is Your Life||1956||TV Series||Herself|
|Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 10||1924||Documentary short||Herself|
|Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 24||1921||Documentary short||Herself|
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|1||I was the performer but it really was my mother's career.|
|2||I had no trouble crying. Tears came easily and if they didn't, my mother took me behind the scenes and spanked me until I cried.|
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