Constance Binney

Portrait Constance BinneyActress - USA
Born June 28, 1896 in New York, NY, US
Died November 15, 1989 in Whitestone, Long Island, NY, US

Constance Binney was born on June 28, 1896 in New York, NY, US. She was an American Actress, known for The Stolen Kiss (1920), Three O'Clock in the Morning (1923), Sporting Life (1918), Constance Binney's first movie on record is from 1918. Constance Binney died on November 15, 1989 in Whitestone, Long Island, NY, US. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1923.
Biographical Notes in German: Schauspielerin des amerikanischen Stummfilm, ältere Schwester der Schauspielerin Faire Binney, Debutierte 1917 am Broadway, Erstes Filmengagement 1918 mit ihrer Schwester Faire in Maurice Tourneurs SPORTING LIFE nach einem Theaterstück vob Cecil Raleigh und Seymour Hicks. Nach relativ kurzer Zeit zog sich Constance Binney 1923 vom Film zurück, trat aber weiterhin in Theaterrollen auf. 1941 heiratete sie in England Leonard Cheshire, die Ehe war nur von kurzer Dauer. 1989 starb sie in Whitestone, Queens, New York City.

Constance Binney Filmography [Auszug]
1923: [] Three O'Clock in the Morning (Cast), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Richard Thorpe, Edmund Breese,
1922: [] A Bill of Divorcement (Cast), Directed by Denison Clift, with Fay Compton, Malcolm Keen,
1922: [] Midnight (Cast), Directed by Maurice Campbell, with William Courtleigh, Sidney Bracey,
1922: [] Sleepwalker (Cast), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Jack Mulhall, Edythe Chapman,
1921: [] The Magic Cup (Cast), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Vincent Coleman, Blanche Craig,
1921: [] Such a Little Queen (Cast), Directed by George Fawcett, with Vincent Coleman, John H. Gilmour,
1921: [] Room and Board (Cast), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Thomas J. Carrigan, ,
1921: [] The Case of Becky (Cast), Directed by Chester M. Franklin, with , Frank McCormack,
1921: [] First Love (Cast), Directed by Maurice Campbell, with Warner Baxter, George Webb,
1920: [09.00] 39 East (Cast: Penelope Penn ), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Reginald Denny, Alison Skipworth,
1920: [] Something Different (Cast), Directed by Robert William Neill, with , Ward Crane,
1920: [04.04] The Stolen Kiss (Cast: Felicia Day / Octavia, her Mother ), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Rod La Rocque, George Backus,
1919: [] Tom's Little Star (Cast), Directed by George W. Terwilliger, with Otis Skinner,
1919: [] Erstwhile Susan (Cast: Barnabetta Dreary), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Jere Austin, Alfred Hickman,
1919: [04.06] The Test of Honor (The Malefactor (Working title)) (Cast: Juliett Hollis), Directed by John S. Robertson, with John Barrymore, Marcia Manon,
1918: [09.15] Sporting Life (Cast: Norah Cavanagh), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Ralph Graves, Warner P. Richmond, Charles Eldridge,

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