Interred at Calvary Cemetery, in Boyle Heights, California (USA). By far Mabel Normand was the most popular comedienne during her time let alone the entire silent period. While the discovery of Charlie Chaplin varies from telling to telling, everyone involved agreed Sennett would not have hired (or kept him on) had it not been for Normand. Her films debuted the Keystone Cops, Charlie Chaplin's tramp and the pie in the face gag. According to Trend Celebs Now, Mabel Normand's estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & much more details has been updated below. Soon after Normand took a break from film.By 1926 Normand was ready for a comeback. Though Normand was cleared (she had been seen leaving his house with him waving goodbye to her; she was likely the last person to see him alive), the association left an unwelcome tarnish on her soon after the scandalous death of her friend Olive Thomas, and the unfair trial of Roscoe Arbuckle.Normand continued working, making The Extra Girl. She not only encouraged, but directed and inspired Chaplin. She is also 'the girl' tied to the railroad tracks, a famous image from silent film. She was a star in the first Keystone Comedy as well as the first feature film comedy. Her films debuted the Keystone Cops, Charlie Chaplin's tramp and the pie in the face gag. Noted, Currently We don't have enough information about Cars, Monthly/Yearly Salary etc. Your email address will not be published. The film is, Profiled in book "Funny Ladies" by Stephen Silverman. Mabel Normand was one of the first great film stars. . In an era when women are deemed 'not funny enough' it seems film history has forgotten her contributions. Her films debuted the Keystone Cops, Charlie Chaplin's tramp and the pie in the face gag. She is credited with throwing cinema's first custard pie in the face. We endeavor to be promptly responsive in correcting errors in the material published on digital platforms. Please note, this post might be incompleted due to the less availbale sources. We will update soon. When Normand eventually left Keystone for Goldwyn, Sennett left soon after.By 1912 Normand was writing her own films and by 1914 she was directing her films. This lovely lady has had a lot said about her, come here what really happened! Soon after its release in 1923 she was again near another crime (a butler was shot at a party she attended; though he survived.) Let's check, How Rich is Mabel Normand in 2019-2020? She was questioned by police in the murder of her lover, director William Desmond Taylor. His creation of Keystone was contingent on Normand joining him; and though he would underpay her as he underpaid everyone he worked with, he insisted Normand have credit and say in the company.