Artistic name: Ida Berger.
Full / True name: Ouida Bergère
Date of birth: 14 December 1886.
Place of birth: Spain.
Current Occupation: Screenwriter and actress.
Beginning: her mother gave birth on a railway while traveling to Madrid at her husband’s parents’ home.
Ouida Bergère lived in several countries during her childhood, first in Madrid with her grandparents, then in Paris, then in England, at the age of 11, he went to the United States, then in Connecticut, then to New Orleans, Arkansas and Kentucky.
She began her acting career in the theater as a child. It was the playwright Winchell Smith who offered him the first opportunity and then continued to emerge thanks to his great talent.
Later, Ouida Bergère lost her voice and had to leave the race.
Since then, he has devoted himself to literature, worked for “New York Herald” and has also written for magazines and film productions.
Life: He wrote scripts, directed plays, decorated sets, costumes and movies.
He writes scripts for Elsie Ferguson, Corinne Griffith and Pola Negri.
In 1920, he organized a film version of Peter Ibbetson.
In 1929, one of the works written by Ida Berger was published: “Suburbia Comes to Paradise”.
Other appreciations: George Fitzmaurice, American director, was the first husband of Ida Berger. In 1926 he married Basil Rathbone. It was then that Berger left his career to devote himself to business and commerce.