Esther Ralston

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA


Esther Ralston (September 17th, 1902- January 14th, 1994) was an American silent film star. She began her career as a child actress in a family vaudeville act named "The Ralston Family with Baby Esther, America's Youngest Juliet". She then went on to appear in a few small silent film roles, including one alongside her brother in the 1920 film adaptation of Huckleberry Finn. Ralston gained attention as Mrs. Darling in the 1924 film adaptation of Peter Pan. Her most well known sound picture was To the Last Man in 1933.