Alma Louise Taylor (3 January 1895 – 23 January 1974) was a British actress
Taylor was born in Camberwell as Alma Cruse and grew up in Sunbury-on-Thames and lived 54 Stanthorpe Road Streatham under her married name of Avery.
She made her first screen appearance as a child actor in the 1907 film His Daughter's Voice. She went on to work for Cecil Hepworth and appeared in more than 150 film roles, appearing in a number of larger-budget films such as Shadow of Egypt which was shot on location in Egypt in 1924. Taylor was one of the major British stars of the 1910s and early 1920s.
In 1915 she was voted the most popular British performer by readers of Pictures and the Picturegoers, comfortably beating Charlie Chaplin into second place.
She acted only occasionally after 1932, appearing in films such as Lilacs in the Spring, Blue Murder at St Trinian's and A Night to Remember during the 1950s. She died in London at the age of 79.