Born to a noted Texas architect and a prima donna of the Boston Opera Company, American actress Jacqueline Logan was one of the most popular stars of the 1920s. Before becoming an actress, she worked as a reporter; she then debuted theatrically in the 1920 Broadway revival of Floradora. This lead to a brief career as a Ziegfeld girl, and following that she headed for Hollywood to star in numerous films. Though at one time she was quite popular, Logan's career died when talkies took hold. Later she moved to England to try to make a comeback, but after starring in one film and co-directing another, she gave up and retired in 1932.