In 1920 she was a household name, a movie star. In 1915 she had met Ziegfeld who hired her first for the “Follies” and then for the “Frolics,” a much racier revue put on after hours in the roof garden of the New Amsterdam Theatre for a mostly male audience. Olive proved a sensation. Then Hollywood called, first in the form of movie offers and then in the person of Jack Pickford, Mary’s younger brother. Jack and Olive married. Secretly.