Lillian Walker

Lillian Walker

Portrait Lillian Walker, Archiv KinoTVActress - USA
Born April 21, 1887 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died October 10, 1975 in Trinidad

Mini-Biography:
Lillian Walker was born under the given name Lillian Wolke on April 21, 1887 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She was an American Actress, known for The Wager (1911), Leap Year Proposals (1912), Love, luck and gasoline (1914), Lillian Walker's first movie on record is from 1909. She was married to Dr. Eugene W. Senior . Lillian Walker died on October 10, 1975 in Trinidad. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1933.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1933: Enlighten Thy Daughter (Blind Fools) (Cast: Mrs. Grainger), Directed by John Varley, with Herbert Rawlinson, , ,
1922: Love's Boomerang (Perpetua) (Cast: Stella Daintry), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Ann Forrest, , David Powell,
1921: A Woman of No Importance (Cast: Hester Hasley), Directed by N. N.,
1920: The $1,000,000 Reward (Cast: Betty Thorndyke), Directed by Harry Grossman, George Lessey, with Coit Albertson, Charles B. Middleton,
1919: The Joyous Liar (Cast: Anne Warren), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Joseph J. Dowling,
1919: The Better Wife (Cast: Helen Kingdom ), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Clara Kimball Young, Edward Kimball, Nigel Barrie,
1919: A white Man's Chance (Cast: Dorothy Charlton ), Directed by Ernest Warde, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Joseph J. Dowling,
1919: The Love Hunger (Fixing It, The Lion Girl) (Cast: Fran), Directed by William P.S. Earle, N. N., with Lee Shumway, Herbert Prior,
1918: The Embarrassment of Riches (Cast: Elizabeth Holt ), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Carlton Brickert, John Costello,
1918: The Grain of Dust (Cast: Dorothy Hallowell, the 'Grain of Dust' ), Directed by Harry Revier, with Ramsey Wallace, ,
1917: The Princess of Park Row (Cast), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Mildred Manning, Wallace MacDonald, William R. Dunn,
1917: Lust of the Ages (Cast: Lois Craig), Directed by Harry Revier, with Jack Mower, Frances Sanson,
1917: Sally in a Hurry (Cast: Sally), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Donald Cameron, Thomas R. Mills,
1917: Dimple's Baby (Cast), Directed by Wilfrid North,
1917: Kitty Mackay (Cast: Kitty MacKay ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Donald Cameron, Jewell Hunt,
1917: Indiscretion (Cast: Penelope Holloway ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Walter McGrail, Richard Wangermann,
1916: The Blue Envelope Mystery (Cast: Leslie Brennan ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Drew Bennett, Bob Hay,
1916: Green Stockings (Cast: Celia Faraday ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Frank Currier, Louise Beaudet,
1916: Mrs. Dane's Danger (Cast: Alice Dane ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Wilfrid North, Donald Hall,
1915: The Enemies (Cast: Irene Bennett), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Harry T. Morey, Wilfrid North, ,
1915: Peggy of Fifth Avenue (Cast: Peggy ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Darwin Karr, Evart Overton,
1914: How Cissy made Good (Cast: Lillian Walker), Directed by George D. Baker, with Cissy Fitzgerald, Helene Costello,
1914: The Methods of Margaret (Cast: Margaret Stanford ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Arthur Ashley, Lillian Burns,
1914: A Close Call (Cast: Morton's Wife ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Frank O'Neil, ,
1914: David Garrick (Cast), Directed by James Young, with James Young, Clara Kimball Young, Edward Kimball,
1914: Bread Upon the Waters (Cast: Mary), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Etienne Girardot, Kate Price,
1914: Lillian's Dilemma (Cast: Lillian), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Wally Van, Paul Kelly,
1914: The new secretary (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Wally Van, Hughie Mack,
1914: Eve's Daughter (Cast: Jean Ware, a model), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Earle Williams, Rex Ingram,
1914: Cutey's Wife (Cast: Betty), Directed by Wally Van, with Wally Van, Wilfrid North,
1914: Fanny's Melodrama (Cast), Directed by Wilfrid North, Wally Van, with Wally Van, James Lackaye,
1914: Love, luck and gasoline (Cast: Miss Tomboy ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1914: The New Stenographer (Cast: Lillian), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Flora Finch, Etienne Girardot, Hughie Mack,
1914: Cherry (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Billy Quirk, Hughie Mack,
1914: Art for a Heart (Cast: Aida Hamilton ), Directed by Wilfrid North, Wally Van, with Wally Van,
1914: The Speeder's Revenge (Cast), Directed by Wilfrid North, Wally Van, with Wally Van, Hughie Mack,
1914: Doctor Polly (Cast: Dr. Polly), Directed by Wilfrid North, Wally Van, with Wally Van, Josie Sadler,
1914: Cutey's Vacation (Cast: Miss Rich), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Wally Van, Flora Finch,
1914: Timing Cupid (Cast: Grace Warner / Sie), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Wally Van, Charles Wellesley,
1914: The Street Singers (Cast: Betty), Directed by Wilfrid North, Wally Van, with William Shea, Wally Van,
1914: The Misadventures of a Mighty Monarch (Cast: Lillian - the Princess of the Festival / Fastnachtskönigin), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch,
1913: The Girl at the Lunch Counter (Cast: Mamie - a Young Widow), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Wally Van, Flora Finch,
1913: The Life Saver (Cast: Ethel), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Wally Van, Arthur Ashley,
1913: The Right Man (Cast: Rose Braham ), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Earle Williams, George Cooper,
1913: Cutey's Waterloo (Cast: Ethel Moore - the Farmer's Daughter), Directed by James Lackaye, with Wally Van, Ada Gifford,
1913: The Autocrat of Flapjack Junction (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Zena Keefe,
1913: Our Wives (Cast: Belle), Directed by James Lackaye, with Harry T. Morey, Louise Beaudet,
1913: Which Way Did He Go? (Cast: The Henpecko's Daughter), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch,
1913: The Feudists (Cast: Young Smith, Lover), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Sidney Drew, Josie Sadler, John Bunny,
1913: Those Troublesome Tresses (Cast: Mrs. Miller), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Wally Van,
1913: Keeping Husbands Home (Cast: Kate Carpenter ), Directed by Bert Angeles, with Robert Gaillard, Hughie Mack,
1913: When the Press Speaks (Cast: Marion - Lizzie's Ward), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Wally Van,
1913: When Society Calls (Cast: Mrs. Herbert Bentley), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Earle Williams, Courtenay Foote,
1913: The Only Way (Cast: Agnes Temple - an Heiress ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Earle Williams, Ned Finley,
1913: The Carpenter (Cast), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Charles Kent, Florence Foley, Earle Williams,
1913: Love's Quarantine (Cast: Dot - Cutey's Sweetheart), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Wally Van, John Bunny,
1913: One Over on Cutey (Cast: Claire), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Wally Van, Harry Lambart,
1913: Bunny's Dilemma (Cast: Jean), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: Three to One (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Hughie Mack, James Lackaye,
1913: One Can't Always Tell (Cast: 1st Bardell Sister), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Mary Maurice, Kate Price,
1913: A Husband's Trick (Cast: Edna Penfield - the Wife ), Directed by William Humphrey, with William Humphrey, Florence Ashbrooke,
1913: The White Slave (The Octoroon) (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, Earle Williams, Herbert Barry,
1913: A Lady and her Maid (Cast: Billy's Sweetheart ), Directed by Bert Angeles, with Norma Talmadge, Florence Radinoff, James Morrison,
1913: Two Souls with But a Single Thought (A Maiden and Three Man, Two Hearts That Beats as One) (Cast: Lillie ), Directed by Bert Angeles, with James Lackaye, Hughie Mack,
1913: The artist's Great Madonna (Cast: Toto, Angelo's Model), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with L. Rogers Lytton, Julia Swayne Gordon, Robert Gaillard,
1913: Cutey and the Chorus Girls (Cutey and the Girls) (Cast: Dolly - the Dancer), Directed by James Young, with Wally Van, Flora Finch,
1913: The Wonderful Statue (Cast: Lillian Dennis - the Daughter), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Courtenay Foote,
1913: The Mouse and the Lion (Cast: Mamie, Hanks' Sweetheart and Accomplice ), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Van Dyke Brooke, Leo Delaney, Paul Kelly,
1913: He Waited (Cast: She), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Courtenay Foote, Minnie Storey,
1913: The Final Justice (Cast: Millicent Vane ), Directed by Bert Angeles, with L. Rogers Lytton, E.K. Lincoln,
1913: Cinderella's Slipper (Cast: Alice Morton - Cinderella), Directed by Maurice Costello, with Maurice Costello, Robert McWade sr.,
1913: Mr. Ford's Temper (Cast: Mrs. Ford), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Leo Delaney, Harry T. Morey,
1913: Stenographer Troubles (Cast: A Typist ), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Florence Turner, Flora Finch,
1913: The Classmate's Frolic (Cast: Classmate ), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Flora Finch, Anita Stewart, Rosemary Theby,
1913: The Two Purses (Cast: Miss Gray, a Music Teacher), Directed by Maurice Costello, with Maurice Costello, Leah Baird,
1913: The Volunteer Strike Breakers (Cast: Harris's Fiancée's Chum ), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Robert Gaillard, Clara Kimball Young, James Morrison,
1912: The Reincarnation of Karma (The Reincarnation of Komar) (Cast: Lillian White), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Courtenay Foote, Rosemary Theby,
1912: It All Came Out in the Wash (Cast: Gladys Cooper), Directed by Maurice Costello, with Maurice Costello, George Ober,
1912: A Marriage of Convenience (Cast), Directed by James Young, with , George Ober, Rose Tapley,
1912: Romance of a Rickshaw (Cast: Mabel Lewis), Directed by N. N., with James Morrison, George Ober,
1912: Billy's Pipe Dream (Cast: Ruby), Directed by N. N., with Anita Stewart, Paul Kelly,
1912: An Elephant on Their Hands (Cast), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with George Ober, Kate Price, Charles Eldridge,
1912: The Indian Mutiny (Cast: Beatrice Wilson - Jack's Sister), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with James Morrison, Harry S. Northrup,
1912: She Wanted a Boarder (Cast: Mrs. Crosby - the Wife), Directed by Edwin R. Phillips, with Edwin R. Phillips, Ralph Ince,
1912: The Lovesick Maidens of Cuddleton (Cast: One of the Lovesick Maidens), Directed by George D. Baker, with Earle Williams, , John Bunny,
1912: At the Eleventh Hour (Cast: Mrs. Daley ), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Harry S. Northrup, Herbert Barry,
1912: The Miracle (Cast), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Leah Baird, Herbert Barry, Helen Gardner,
1912: Wanted, a Sister (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, George Cooper, James Young,
1912: Leap Year Proposals (Cast: Lily Walkerin), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Flora Finch,
1912: The Money Kings (Cast: Helen Montepier - the Daughter ), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, William Humphrey, with Maurice Costello, Rose Tapley, Frank A. Lyons,
1912: The Troublesome Stepdaughters (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, , Clara Kimball Young,
1912: Tom Tilling's Baby (Cast), with Helene Costello, Robert Gaillard,
1912: The Godmother (Cast: Sixth Girl), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Marshall P. Wilder, Hughie Mack, Herbert Barry,
1912: Playmates (Cast), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with , Florence Foley, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1912: An Eventful Elopement (Cast: Dolly McGillicuddy - the Old Man's Daughter), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Edwin R. Phillips, John Bunny,
1912: Working for Hubby (Cast: First Wife ), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Harry T. Morey,
1912: Her Forgotten Dancing Shoes (Cast: Belle Oakley - a Maid ), Directed by N. N., with James Morrison, William Humphrey,
1912: Mr. Bolter's Infatuation (Cast: Nina Celeste - an Actress), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Charles Eldridge,
1912: Irene's Infatuation (Cast: Irene, One of Frangiapani's Fans), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Flora Finch,
1912: Stenographers wanted (Cast: The Blonde Stenographer ), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Charles Eldridge,
1912: The Hobo's Redemption (Cast: Jessie Young (AKA Miss Walker) ), Directed by N. N., with Robert Gaillard, Rose Tapley, William R. Dunn,
1912: Winning Is Losing (Cast: Maggie - Pete's Sweetheart ), Directed by Charles L. Gaskill, with Maurice Costello, Van Dyke Brooke, Hazel Neason,
1912: Tom Tilling's Baby (Cast: Mamie - the Nurse ), Directed by N. N., with Kenneth Casey, Robert Gaillard, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1912: Caught in the Rain (Cast: Helen Wells), Directed by N. N., with Maurice Costello, Hazel Neason, Harry T. Morey,
1912: Alma's Champion (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Willis Clare, William R. Dunn,
1911: Their Charming Mama (Cast: Bess Collins - Second Daughter), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Earle Williams, Hazel Neason,
1911: By Way of Mrs. Browning (Cast: The Chorus Girl), Directed by N. N., with Earle Williams, Hazel Neason,
1911: The Wager (Cast), Directed by N. N., with , Earle Williams,
1911: A Friendly Marriage (Cast: Lillian Colton), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Earle Williams, William Shea,
1911: Teaching McFadden to Waltz (Cast), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Florence Neason,
1911: The Inherited Taint (Cast: The Coquette ), Directed by N. N., with Maurice Costello, Helen Gardner,
1911: A Widow Visits Springtown (Cast: The Daughter), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, ,
1911: The Wild Cat Well (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Norma Talmadge,
1911: A Tale of Two Cities (Cast: Jeanne Defarge), Directed by William Humphrey, Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Maurice Costello, Florence Turner, John Bunny,
1910: Love's Awakening (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Earle Williams,
1909: C.Q.D.; or, Saved by Wireless; a True Story of the Wreck of the Republic (Cast), Directed by N. N.,

Bibliography
- Filmlexikon degli Autori e delle Opere, Vol. VII, pg 1083

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