Brunette American actress who had a brief film career at Hal Roach (1923-24). In May 1922, she won first prize in a contest held by a Denver, Colorado publication to determine the most beautiful girl in the country; chosen over nearly 2,000 other applicants, she was awarded a $100 cash prize and a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii. She began acting in Roach films around October 1923, appearing in Will Rogers, Stan Laurel, and Mohan/Engle "Fite" comedies.|
On 25 October 1924, Mildred, giving her occupation as stenographer, married salesman Clarence G. Traughber; this marriage ended in divorce sometime before 1940. In August 1936, she was chosen queen of a two-day fiesta held in Ukiah, California, where she was residing at the time.