Mignon Anderson

Portrait Mignon AndersonActress - USA
Born March 31, 1892 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Died February 25, 1983 in Burbank, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Mignon Anderson was born on March 31, 1892 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Perils of the Secret Service (1917), A Winter's Tale (1910), David Copperfield (1911), Mignon Anderson's first movie on record is from 1910. Mignon Anderson died on February 25, 1983 in Burbank, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1922.

Mignon Anderson Filmography [Auszug]
1922: [04.03] Kisses (Cast: Bessie Neldon), Directed by Maxwell Karger, with Alice Lake, Harry Myers, Edward Connelly,
1920: [05.00] King Spruce (Cast: Elva Barrett / Kate Arden ), Directed by Roy Clements, with Mitchell Lewis, Melbourne MacDowell,
1919: [09/21] The House of Intrigue (Cast: Clarissa Rhinelander Bartlett ), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham,
1919: [03.10] Blind Man's Eyes (Cast: Edith Overton), Directed by John Ince, with Bert Lytell, Frank Currier, Naomi Childers,
1919: [01.12] The Midnight Stage (Cast: Mary Lynch), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Frank Keenan, Charles Gunn,
1918: [03.18] The Claim (Cast: Kate MacDonald), Directed by Frank Reicher, with , Wheeler Oakman,
1917: [07.30] A Wife on Trial (The Rose Garden Husband (Working title)) (Cast: Phyllis Narcissa), Directed by Ruth Ann Baldwin, with Leo Pierson, Louis M. Wells,
1917: [06.04] The Circus of Life (A Dime's Worth of Philosophy (Working title)) (Cast: Kate), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Elsie Jane Wilson, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1917: [05.14] The Phantom's Secret (Cast: Jeanne de Beaulieu), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Hayward Mack, Mark Fenton,
1917: [04.01] Even As You and I (Cast: Selma), Directed by Lois Weber, with , Bertram Grassby,
1917: [03.09] Perils of the Secret Service (Cast: Irma Mailoff(Episode #8)), Directed by Hal Mohr, George Bronson Howard, with Kingsley Benedict, Jay Belasco, Vola Vale,
1916: [02.02] The Knotted Cord (Cast: Portia VAn Dyke, His Daughter), Directed by William Parke, with Bert Delaney, Ernest C. Warde,
1916: [01.13] The Woman in Politics (The Politician (Working title)) (Cast: Dr. Beatrice Barlow), Directed by Eugene Moore, with , Ernest Howard,
1915: [12.16] The Mill on the Floss (Cast: Maggie Tulliver), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Harris Gordon, Eugene Moore,
1915: [10.24] At the Patrician Club (Cast: Eileen), Directed by N. N., with , Ernest Howard,
1915: [09.30] The Price of Her Silence (Cast: The Younger Sister), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Florence LaBadie, ,
1915: [08.08] The Revenge of the Steeple-Jack (Cast: Marguerite Frost ), Directed by N. N., with Harris Gordon, John Lehnberg,
1915: [07.29] Milestones of Life (Cast: Pauline Avon, as an adult), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Helen Badgley, Leland Benham,
1915: [07.16] Dot on the Day Line Boat (Cast: Dorothy Dimples - Newspaper Reporter), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with J. Morris Foster, ,
1915: [07.09] Madame Blanche, Beauty Doctor (Cast: Betty - Stenographer ), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with Harry Benham, Riley Chamberlin,
1915: [07.06] A Maker of Guns (Cast: Dolly Wright - the Daughter), Directed by George Foster Platt, with , J. Morris Foster,
1915: [05.21] The House That Jack Moved (Cast: Joan - the Editor's Daughter ), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with , Arthur Ashley, Edward Hoyt,
1915: [04.23] The Reformation of Peter and Paul (Cast: Betty - as an Adult ), Directed by N. N., with J. Morris Foster, Arthur Ashley, Eldean Steuart,
1915: [02.07] The Shoplifter (Cast: Meg), Directed by N. N., with Ethel Jewett, Arthur Ashley,
1915: [01.17] A Yellowstone Honeymoon (Cast: May Benedict ), Directed by Carl Gregory, with J. Morris Foster, John Lehnberg,
1915: [01.10] Inside Tip (Cast: Nell), Directed by Eugene Moore, with J. Morris Foster,
1915: [01.03] The Bridal Bouquet (Cast: Anna Marvin ), Directed by N. N., with J. Morris Foster, Ruth Elder,
1914: [12.29] Lucy's Elopement (Cast: Lucy Jenkins - Daughter), Directed by N. N., with Justus D. Barnes, J. Morris Foster,
1914: [12.27] A Hatful of Trouble (Cast), Directed by Howell Hansel, with Frank Farrington, Fannie Bourke, Marion Fairbanks,
1914: [12.04] Naidra, the Dream Woman (Cast: Naidra), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Riley Chamberlin, Carey L. Hastings,
1914: [11.10] The Terror of Anger (Cast: The Girl ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with J. Morris Foster, Lila Chester,
1914: [09.08] Jean of the Wilderness (Cast: Grace Halton), Directed by James Durkin, with , J. Morris Foster,
1914: [08.25] A Conscience (Cast: Nell Gleason - Jack's Wife), Directed by N. N., with Irving Cummings, ,
1914: [07.28] The Messenger of Death (Cast: May, his wife), Directed by N. N., with , Irving Cummings,
1914: [07.14] The Substitute (Cast), Directed by Carroll Fleming, with Carey L. Hastings, John Lehnberg,
1914: [] An Elusive Diamond (Cast: Bettina), Directed by N. N., with David Thompson, Carey L. Hastings,
1914: [06.22] The Million Dollar Mystery (Cast: Cameo Appearance), Directed by Howell Hansel, with Florence LaBadie, Marguerite Snow, James Cruze,
1914: [05.26] Pamela Congreve (Pamela's Past) (Cast: ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Maude Fealy, Irving Cummings, Harry Benham,
1914: [05.19] A Dog of Flanders (Cast: Alois - the Miller's Daughter), Directed by Howell Hansel, with Marguerite Snow, Charles Fisher, Justus D. Barnes,
1914: [02.24] The Golden Cross (Cast: Theresa - Christine), Directed by N. N., with Maude Fealy, Charles Horan,
1914: [01.18] Turkey Trot Town (Cast: Susanne - a Burglar), Directed by N. N., with M. Perry Horton, Florence LaBadie, Helen Badgley,
1913: [12.09] A Beauty Parlor Graduate (Cast: May, Jack's Wife), Directed by N. N., with Harry Benham, Justus D. Barnes,
1913: [10.24] The Old Folks at Home (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Riley Chamberlin, Carey L. Hastings,
1913: [10.14] The Plot Against the Governor (Cast: Stenographer to the Political Boss), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with James Cruze, Nolan Gane,
1913: [08.03] Proposal by Proxy (Cast: The Suitor's Sweetheart ), Directed by N. N., with Harry Benham, Helen Badgley,
1913: [07.29] Little Dorrit (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Helen Badgley, Maude Fealy, James Cruze,
1913: [07.01] King René's Daughter (Iolanthe (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Maude Fealy, Harry Benham,
1913: [04.08] The Patriot (Cast: The Patriot's Daughter), Directed by N. N., with Eugene Moore, Carey L. Hastings,
1913: [02.25] Sherlock Holmes Solves the Sign of the Four (Cast), Directed by Lloyd Lonergan, with Harry Benham, Charles Gunn,
1913: [02.16] Half Way to Reno (Cast: The Wife), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Harry Benham, Lila Chester,
1913: [02.11] A Mystery of Wall Street (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Eugene Moore, Harry Benham,
1913: [02.07] While Mrs. McFadden Looked Out (Cast: McFadden), Directed by N. N., with Riley Chamberlin, William Garwood,
1913: [01.10] The Evidence of the Film (Cast: Secretary), Directed by Edwin Thanhouser, Lawrence Marston, with William Garwood, Marie Eline, Florence LaBadie,
1912: [07.26] The Merchant of Venice (Cast: Jessica), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with William Bowman, Florence LaBadie,
1912: [] Nicholas Nickleby (Cast: Madeline Bray), Directed by George Nichols, with Harry Benham, Frances Gibson,
1912: [06.23] Farm and Flat (Cast), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Riley Chamberlin, Harry Blakemore,
1912: [04.12] The Star of the Side Show (Cast), Directed by Carl Gregory, with Marie Eline, Bertha Blanchard, David Thompson,
1911: [10.17] David Copperfield (Cast: Dora Wickfield), Directed by George Nichols, Theodore Marston, with , Flora Foster, Marie Eline,
1910: [05.27] A Winter's Tale (Cast), Directed by Barry O'Neil, Theodore Marston, with Anna Rosemond, Martin Faust, Frank Hall Crane,

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