[These daily posts will cover little known actors or people that have appeared in more recent films and TV series. Various degrees of information that I was able to find will be given and anything that you can add would be appreciated.]
Gladys Mary Peterkin Mitchell was a British actress who used the stage name Ena Beaumont. She was born in Peckham, London, England on September 11, 1892. She was billed as “The Venus Of The British Screen” the very athletic who was proud of her shapely figure co-founded Garrick Studios with Geoffrey Malins in 1919 and starred in “Everybody’s Doing It”, “The Rainbow Chasers”, “The Greater Love”, “Patricia Brent, Spinster” all in 1919, “The Golden Web” (1920) and “Our Girl and Their Physiques” (1930).
Beaumont was married to producer, director, writer, cinematographer, film editor, actor Geoffrey Malins (Arthur Herbert Malins) [1886–1940] from 1923-1925.
She appeared in one Euro-western 1920’s “Settled in Full” directed by Geoffrey H. Malins and starring Hayford Hobbs.
Beaumont died in Truro, Cornwall, England on June 2, 1986 at the age of 93.
BEAUMONT, Ena (aka Edna Beaumont) (Gladys Mary Peterkin Mitchell) [9/11/1892, Peckham, London, England, U.K. – 6/2/1986, Truro, Cornwall, England, U.K.] – film actress. married to producer, director, writer, cinematographer, film editor, actor Geoffrey Malins (Arthur Herbert Malins) [1886–1940] (1923-1925).
Settled in Full - 1920