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Mignon Anderson

From Wikipedia Mignon Anderson (March 31, 1892 – February 25, 1983) was an American silent film actress. Her career was at its peak in the 1910s. Born in Baltimore, Anderson's parents, Hallie Howard and Frank Anderson, were also actors. In 1911 she joined Thanhouser Studios in New Rochelle, New York. She was very diminutive and a blonde. Anderson starred alongside William Garwood in a number of short films including A New Cure for Divorce in 1912. Playing in Thanhouser films brought about an acquaintance with Morris Foster, also of that company. She was married to Foster from 1915 until his death in 1966. Anderson died in Burbank, California at the age of 90.

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Mar 31, 1892 In Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Winter's Tale 1910-05-27
Latest Project:
Movie The Midnight Stage 1919-01-12
Known For
Poster of The Midnight Stage
Poster of The Circus of Life
Poster of Sherlock Holmes Solves the Sign of the Four
Poster of The Winter's Tale
Movie The Midnight Stage Mary Lynch 1919-01-12
Movie The Phantom's Secret Unknown 1917-05-14
Movie Even as You and I Unknown 1917-04-01
Movie A Wife on Trial Unknown 1917-07-30
Movie The Circus of Life 1917-06-04
Movie Madam Blanche, Beauty Doctor Betty 1915-07-08
Movie John T. Rocks and the Flivver Watson's Sweetheart 1915-10-17
Movie An Elusive Diamond Bettina 1914-01-22
Movie Pamela Congreve 1914-05-25
Movie The Evidence of the Film Secretary 1913-01-10
Movie Just a Shabby Doll Unknown 1913-03-10
Movie Sherlock Holmes Solves the Sign of the Four Unknown 1913-02-25
Movie Nicholas Nickleby Madeline Bray 1912-03-18
Movie The Star of the Side Show Mignon, the Snake Charmer 1912-04-01
Movie Dora Thorne Dora's Mother 1912-04-30
Movie Her Secret 1912-06-06
Movie The Pied Piper of Hamelin 1911-07-31
Movie David Copperfield Dora Spenlow 1911-10-17
Movie The Winter's Tale 1910-05-27