Dorothy Dorr was a silent film actress and the mother of child star Walter Wilkinson.
She was born Dorothy Alita Dorr on October 12, 1897 in Kansas City, Missouri. Dorothy was the only child of Mary and Charles Dorr, a contractor. When she was nineteen she married Charles Judge Wilkinson. Their son, Walter, was born in December of 1916. Soon after the family moved to Los Angeles, California. Dorothy made her film debut in the 1921 drama The Three Musketeers. Then she was chosen to be a "bathing girl" at Hal Roach's studio. She costarred with Harold Lloyd in Girl Shy and with Zasu Pitts in Legend Of Hollywood. Dorothy became one of Mack Sennett bathing beauties in 1924. She had bit parts in the Sennett films Picking Peaches and His New Mamma (she was often credited as Dorothy Dore).