Born long ago in 1894, Zasu Pitts was an American actress who bought out her talent by starring many dramas and comedies of the mute nature. She was all a witness to the transition to the non-silent shows. Her best performance is in the movie Greed, which was an epic. She was born in Kansas, and her father was in the 76th New York Infantry Army. Her sisters had the names Elisa and Susan due to which her name was formed as ZaSu. Local and Community Theater was her first platform to showcase her talent for acting. Frances Marion was the person who first discovered her as an actress. The film, Greed had her in the lead role. After this film, she was termed as the most dramatic actress of the cinema. The movie Better Times indeed bought her good times to deal with. Her popularity was talked upon. Her persona was frequently imitated in different cartoons and shows. All Quiet on the western front’s director replaced her with some other actress. This was a big disappointment for her. She also lent her voice on the radio. She played Mrs. Mamie Wayne in a soap opera Big Sister. This became popular among people. In 1944, she made her path through Ramshackle Inn. It was an intense kind of play which was different from her other kind of films. She married Thomas Sarsfield Gallery.
He was an actor, a boxing promoter and an executive on the television. Ann and Donald were their two kids. She was a Republican and became active in the party in 1958. The actress was shortly diagnosed with cancer. She was resolute enough and continued to display her excellent work on the television. The thrill of it all she did when she was undergoing treatment for her deadly ailment. On June 7, 1963, she oassed awat. She also wrote a book on candy recipes which was published after her death in 1963. Most remarkable of her achievements were the films she made with the legendary King Vidor. Subsequently, Vidor and his wife, Florence stood as witnesses to the marriage of Zasu and Tom. Zasu was an eccentric comedian with a lot of humour stored in her bag. In the film Never Give a Sucker an Even Break, W.C. Fields asks his niece, played by Gloria Jean, "Don't you want to go to school? You wanna be dumb like ZaSu Pitts?"