Lois Boyd

Lois Boyd

Lois Boyd was born in 1905. She started her career dancing in The Ziegfeld Follies. In 1919 she became one of Mack Sennett's bathing beauties and made her film debut in Among Those Present. She had bit parts in many comedies including The Jolly Jilter and East Of The Water Plug. Lois also worked as one of Hal Roach's "Sunshine Girls". She married Ray Ramsey, a cameraman for the Eddie Cline Company in 1920. Lois costarred with Monty Banks in The Covered Schooner and with Buddy Messinger in Taming The East.

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She was becoming a popular onscreen ingenue and in 1926 she signed a five year contract with Joe Rock. Lois was chosen to be the leading lady in the "Ton Of Fun" comedy series. In the films 100 pound Lois acted opposite three obese comedians - Frank Alexander, Hilliard Karr, and Bill "Kewpie" Ross. She also appeared in the dramas Wolves Of The Air and Thumbs Down. Lois divorced her husband and married orchestra leader Lou Erickson in 1927. The following year she retired from acting.

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