Gertrude Norman (May 19, 1851 (1848?) - July 20, 1943) was born in London, England and became an American stage and motion picture actress who worked from the 1910s through the 1930s.
She is best remembered for playing the mother in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915).
Her other credits include: Fidelity (1911), The Chief's Talisman (1911), The Coward (1911), and
The Tender Hearted Boy (1913).
Gertrude Norman died in Los Angeles on July 20, 1943. She is buried in the Garden of Legends section of Hollywood Forever Cemetery.