Ann Forrest

Actress - USA
Born April 14, 1895 in Sønderho, Dänemark
Died October 25, 1985 in San Diego, CA, US

Ann Forrest was born on April 14, 1895 in Sønderho, Dänemark. She was an American Actress, known for The Man Who Played God (1922), The Birth of Patriotism (1917), The Shoes that danced (1918), Ann Forrest's first movie on record is from 1915. Ann Forrest died on October 25, 1985 in San Diego, CA, US. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1922.

Ann Forrest Filmography [Auszug]
1922: [] The Man Who Played God (Cast: Marjory Blaine), Directed by F. Harmon Weight, with Mary Astor, George Arliss,
1922: [02.19] Love's Boomerang (Perpetua) (Cast: Perpetua ), Directed by John S. Robertson, with , David Powell,
1921: [03.13] The Faith Healer (Cast: Rhoda Williams), Directed by George Melford, with Milton Sills, Fontaine La Rue,
1920: [10.10] Behold My Wife (Cast: Marion Armour), Directed by George Melford, with Mabel Julienne Scott, Milton Sills, Winter Hall,
1920: [] The Prince Chap (Cast: Phoebe Puckers), Directed by William C. de Mille, with Lila Lee, Thomas Meighan, Charles Ogle,
1920: [03.14] Dangerous Days (Cast: Anna Klein ), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Lawson Butt, Clarissa Selwynne, Rowland V. Lee,
1919: [10.12] The Grim Game (Cast: Mary Wentworth ), Directed by Irving Willat, with , Thomas Jefferson,
1919: [06.08] Love's Prisoner (Cast: Sadie, Nancy's sister (AKA Ann Kroman)), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Joe King, William V. Mong,
1918: [11.23] The Husband Hunter (Cast: (AKA Anne Kroman)), Directed by George Marshall, with Neal Hart, Joe Rickson,
1918: [10.27] The Rainbow Trail (Cast: Fay Larkin), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with William Farnum, Mary Mersch,
1918: [07.06] Naked Fists (Cast: (AKA Ann Kroman)), Directed by George Marshall, with Neal Hart, Eileen Sedgwick, Dick La Reno,
1918: [05.12] Her Decision (Cast: Inah Dunbar (AKA Ann Kroman)), Directed by Jack Conway, with Gloria Swanson, J. Barney Sherry, Darrell Foss,
1918: [03.03] The Shoes that danced (Cast: Mamie Conlon (as Ann Kroman)), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Pauline Starke, Wallace MacDonald, Richard Rosson,
1917: [11.11] The Medicine Man (Guardian of El Dorado) (Cast: Edith Strang (as Ann Kronan)), Directed by Clifford Smith, with Roy Stewart, Percy Challenger,
1917: [09.30] The Tar Heel Warrior (Cast: Betty Malroy (as Ann Kroman)), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Walt Whitman, ,
1917: [08.13] The Midnight Man (Cast: Irene Hardin (as Ann Kroman)), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Jack Mulhall, Albert MacQuarrie,
1917: [06.16] The Flame of Youth (The Fire of Youth) (Cast: Lucy Andrews (AKA Ann Kornan)), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Jack Mulhall, Walter Woods,
1917: [05.29] The Gunman's Gospel (Cast: Betty Brown (as Ann Kroman)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Jack Mulhall, Harry Griffith, ,
1917: [04.30] The Birth of Patriotism (Cast: Mary (AKA Ann Kromarm)), Directed by E. Magnus Ingleton, with Irene Hunt, Leo Pierson,
1915: [11.08] All Balled Up (Cast: Ann Blaum (AKA Ann Kroman)), Directed by N. N., with Sidney de Gray, Pat Whelan,

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