There isn't a ton of info on Maude, but I am doing an entry anyway because I want to show off her pictures. Doesn't hurt to look, eh?
Not surprisingly, she got her first stage experience acting along side her mother. She first appeared on stage at age three and then made her Broadway debut a few years later when she was seventeen. For a few years she toured in the United Kingdom before coming back to tour in the U.S. again for a few more years.
It is interesting to note that she worked for them only until 1917 and then she didn't appear in another film for almost 14 years! She instead chose to tour again with a vaudeville show. She also began playing around with play writing and one of her shows that she co-wrote, "The Red Cap," opened in Chicago in 1928. This woman could do it all!
When Maude was in her 50s, she returned to the screen. It is said that she appeared in all of Cecile B. DeMille's talking pictures (in small roles) up until 1958.
She was laid to rest at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Apparently her funeral and grave were paid for by the estate of Cecil B. DeMille. I am not exactly sure how close these two were, but it must have been close since he gave her movie parts and money for a funeral. Pretty nice move on his part I must say.