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Lyle Tayo (born Lyle Minnie Shipman; January 19, 1889 – May 2, 1971), aka Lyle Barton, was an American film actress who appeared in 59 films between 1921 and 1948, appearing in many short comedies at the Hal Roach Studios, several in support of Laurel and Hardy. Born in Elmdale, Kansas, she and her elder sister, Birleen (or Birdeen), were raised in Kansas City, Missouri. Tayo died in 1971, aged 82, and is interred in Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery.
Lyle Minnie Shipman
January 19, 1889
Elmdale, Kansas, U.S.
|Died||May 2, 1971 (aged 82)|
Hollywood, California, U.S.
|Other names||Lyle Barton|
|1921||Among Those Present||Uncredited|
|1924||Tire Trouble||Mme. La Rue|
|1926||Thundering Fleas||Pedestrian without fleas|
|Crazy Like a Fox||Nurse||Uncredited|
|1927||Baby Brother||Party guest|
|Call of the Cuckoo||Guest|
|The Battle of the Century||Woman at window|
|1928||Their Purple Moment||Mrs. Hardy|
|Should Married Men Go Home?||Lady golfer||Uncredited|
|The Spanking Age||Stepmother|
|1929||Noisy Noises||Joe's mother|
|1930||Shivering Shakespeare||Chubby's mother|
|1931||One Good Turn||A Community Player|
|Dogs Is Dogs||Wheezer's aunt||Uncredited|
|1932||Readin' and Writin'||Breezy's mother|
|1934||For Pete's Sake!||Aminuddin||Uncredited|