Lillian Hayward

Portrait Lillian HaywardActress - USA
Born October 22, 1868 in Wooden Valley, Napa County, California, USA
Died June 13, 1947 in Chico, Butte County, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Lillian Hayward was born under the given name Lillian Hayward White on October 22, 1868 in Wooden Valley, Napa County, California, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Hope (1913), Wild Winship's Widow (1917), The Octopus (1915), Lillian Hayward's first movie on record is from 1912. She was married to Francis Boggs (1895-1904). Lillian Hayward died on June 13, 1947 in Chico, Butte County, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1918.

Lillian Hayward Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [12.00] Little Orphant Annie (Cast: Aunt Elizabeth ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with , ,
1917: [05/20] Wild Winship's Widow (Cast: Aunt Minerva ), Directed by Charles Miller, with Dorothy Dalton, Rowland V. Lee, Joe King,
1917: [03.26] The Hidden Children (Cast: Mrs. Rannock ), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Lillian West,
1917: [02.24] A Brother's Sacrifice (Cast), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Charles Wheelock, ,
1917: [02.19] The Promise (Cast: Mrs. Appleton), Directed by Jay Hunt, with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Lester Cuneo,
1916: [12.25] Pidgin Island (Cast: Uncle Billy's wife), Directed by Fred J. Balshofer, with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1916: [11.20] (Cast: Mrs. Tremaine), Directed by Henry Otto, with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Lester Cuneo,
1916: [06.19] The Reprisal (Cast), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Jack Pickford, Guy Oliver,
1916: [05.01] At Piney Ridge (Cast: Dagmar), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Al W. Filson, Leo Pierson,
1916: [02.14] The Black Orchid (Cast), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Kathlyn Williams, Wheeler Oakman, Edith Johnson,
1916: [01.31] Diamonds Are Trumps (Cast: Mrs. Randolph), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Earle Foxe, Edward Peil,
1916: [01.24] Tom Martin: A Man (Cast: Mrs. Brandon), Directed by George Nichols, with Guy Oliver, Vivian Reed,
1915: [07.15] The Octopus (Cast: Emily Sheldon - Archie's Mother), Directed by Tom Santschi, with Tom Santschi, Leo Pierson,
1915: [04.17] The Jungle Stockade (Cast: The Missionary), Directed by Tom Santschi, with , Marion Warner,
1915: [03.15] The Fork in the Road (Cast: The Innkeeper), Directed by Tom Santschi, with Leo Pierson, Bessie Eyton, ,
1914: [12.07] The Mystery of the Seven Chests (Cast: Cleo Lawless), Directed by E.A. Martin, with Edwin Wallock, Adda Gleason,
1914: [11.02] Rosemary, That's for Remembrance (Cast: Mrs. Greerson - Harvey's Mother), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Adda Gleason, Edith Johnson, Earle Foxe,
1914: [10.15] Garrison's Finish (Cast), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Sidney Smith, , Earle Foxe,
1913: [11.21] Outwitted by Billy (Cast: Mother Gordon), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Guy Oliver, Stella LeSaint, ,
1913: [10.28] When May Weds December (Cast: Mrs. Force), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Frank Newburg, Roy Watson, Adele Lane,
1913: [08.18] The Child of the Sea (Cast: Mrs. Lawton - the Lighthouse Keeper's Wife), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Harold Lockwood, Kathlyn Williams, Herbert Rawlinson,
1913: [] Hope (Cast), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Bessie Eyton, Frank Clark,
1913: [05.17] Bunny and the Bunny Hug (Cast: Molly Donovan (AKA Miss Hayward)), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Earle Williams, Leah Baird,
1913: [04.29] Hiram Buys an Auto (Cast: Hiram), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1913: [03.28] Sally in Our Alley (Cast: Sally), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Wheeler Oakman, Bessie Eyton, Tom Santschi,
1913: [03.14] Sisters All (Cast: Vera - Olga), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with Florence Turner, , Courtenay Foote,
1912: [12.30] Our Lady of the Pearls (Cast: Quada), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Dorothy Davenport, Herbert Rawlinson, Phyllis Gordon,
1912: [12.27] A Pair of Boots (Cast), Directed by Charles H. France, with Phyllis Gordon, ,
1912: [12.12] The God of Gold (Cast: Mrs. James - Agnes's Mother), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson, ,
1912: [11.25] Miss Aubry's Love Affair (Cast: Miss Aubry), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [10.14] Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Cast: Carconte), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [09.26] The Pity of It (Cast: Tom's Sister), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Eugenie Besserer,
1912: [09.12] The Indelible Stain (Cast: Piedad), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton, Frank Richardson,
1912: [07.18] The Polo Substitute (Cast: Mrs. Bush), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Herbert Rawlinson, Tom Santschi,
1912: [07.01] The Lake of Dreams (Cast: Eloise's Nurse), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Tom Santschi, Roy Clarke, Elmer Clifton,
1912: [06.14] Goody Goody Jones (Cast: Mrs. Jones), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with George Hernandez, ,
1912: [06.11] The Old Stagecoach (Cast: Mrs. Adams - June's Mother), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Herbert Rawlinson, Jesse McGaugh, Frank Richardson,
1912: [05.07] A Humble Hero (Cast: Mrs. Sutton ), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, Clay M. Greene, Fred Huntley,
1912: [03.26] Hobo (Cast: Mrs. Smith), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Frank Clark, Frank Richardson,
1912: [03.22] The Junior Officer (Cast: Mlle. Dupuy - the Actress), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Hobart Bosworth, Roy Watson, Eugenie Besserer,

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