Film still of Selwynne (third from left) in Home (1919)
|Born||February 26, 1886|
London, United Kingdom
|Died||June 13, 1948 62) (aged|
Los Angeles, California
|Other names||Clarissa Schultz|
|Years active||1913–1937 (film)|
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