Ethel Wales (April 4, 1878 – February 15, 1952) was an American actress, who appeared in 130 films during her 30-year career. She was the first wife of Wellington E. Wales (1886–1954), Mary Pickford's business manager during the height of her popularity. The couple had one son, Wellington Charles Wales (1918–1966), an editorial writer for the New York Times who died of a heart attack shortly after his 19-year-old son Samuel was killed in a train mishap. Ethel's second husband was actor Hal Taliaferro.

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  • Ethel Wales est une actrice américaine née le 4 avril 1878, à Passaic, dans le New Jersey, morte le 15 février 1952, à Hollywood, en Californie. (fr)
  • Ethel Wales (April 4, 1878 – February 15, 1952) was an American actress, who appeared in 130 films during her 30-year career. She was the first wife of Wellington E. Wales (1886–1954), Mary Pickford's business manager during the height of her popularity. The couple had one son, Wellington Charles Wales (1918–1966), an editorial writer for the New York Times who died of a heart attack shortly after his 19-year-old son Samuel was killed in a train mishap. Ethel's second husband was actor Hal Taliaferro. (en)
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  • Ethel Wales est une actrice américaine née le 4 avril 1878, à Passaic, dans le New Jersey, morte le 15 février 1952, à Hollywood, en Californie. (fr)
  • Ethel Wales (April 4, 1878 – February 15, 1952) was an American actress, who appeared in 130 films during her 30-year career. She was the first wife of Wellington E. Wales (1886–1954), Mary Pickford's business manager during the height of her popularity. The couple had one son, Wellington Charles Wales (1918–1966), an editorial writer for the New York Times who died of a heart attack shortly after his 19-year-old son Samuel was killed in a train mishap. Ethel's second husband was actor Hal Taliaferro. (en)
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