BiographyWilliamstown, Massachusetts, USA
Little known today, Carol Holloway was one of the more prolific, and athletic, of the serial queens. The daughter of a Massachusetts college professor, she caught the acting bug at an early age and hooked up with a theatrical stock company, which took her to New York. There she worked for several film studios, among them Vitagraph, for which she made several serials, eventually being teamed with action hero William Duncan. However, in 1918 Duncan took on a new partner and Holloway left Vitagraph to freelance. Read more... stopped with the introduction of sound. She began taking smaller parts in progressively smaller pictures, and eventually was reduced to unbilled bit parts. Her last known film was in 1940, when she apparently left the business and was never heard from again.