Marceline Day was an American actress born on April 24, 1908, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. She was active in the silent film era and the early years of sound cinema. Marceline’s birth name was Marceline Newlin. She began her acting career during the 1920s, starting with small roles in silent films. However, it was her work with Hal Roach Studios that brought her recognition and popularity. She appeared in a series of successful comedic short films alongside stars like Charley Chase and Our Gang. Marceline Day’s breakthrough came when she signed with MGM in 1926. She was often cast in romantic roles and appeared in a variety of genres, including drama, comedy, and adventure films. She starred opposite renowned actors of the time, such as John Barrymore and Ramon Novarro. One of her most memorable roles was in the 1927 romantic comedy “The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg,” opposite…