Lillian Clark

Actress - USA
Born July 8, 1890
Died November 9, 1931 in Near Liberty, New York, USA

Mini-Biography:
Lillian Clark was born on July 8, 1890. She was an American Actress, known for The Hun within (1918), The Lonely Heart (1913), The Wasp (1914), Lillian Clark's first movie on record is from 1912. Lillian Clark died on November 9, 1931 in Near Liberty, New York, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1918.

Lillian Clark Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [12.02] Tongues of Flame (In the Carquinez Woods) (Cast: Nellie Wynn ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Marie Walcamp, Gayne Whitman, Alfred Allen,
1918: [10.13] The Yellow Dog (Cast: Tom's Sweetheart (AKA Lily Clarke)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Arthur Hoyt, Antrim Short, Clara Horton,
1918: [08.25] The Hun within (F-4 (Working title)) (Cast: Leone (as Lillian Clarke), Directed by Chester Withey, with Dorothy Gish, George Fawcett, Charles K. Gerrard,
1916: [04.19] Their Taking Ways (Cast: The Maid), Directed by William Beaudine, with Ethel Teare, John McDermott, Victor Rodman,
1914: [10.28] The Wasp (Cast: Clara Clark), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Guy Oliver, Stella LeSaint, Fred Huntley,
1913: [09.02] The Lonely Heart (Cast), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Myrtle Stedman, Anna Dodge,
1912: [06.14] Goody Goody Jones (Cast: The Maid), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with George Hernandez, Lillian Hayward, ,

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