Dora Mills Adams
|Born||October 24, 1874|
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Died||July 31, 1943 68) (aged|
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Resting place||Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx, New York|
Dora Mills Adams (October 24, 1874 – July 31, 1943) was an American film actress. She is best known for her appearance in the short film Dr Jeykll and Mr Hyde as Mrs. Lanyon.
Mills entered the New York film industry near its birth in 1914 and may have been in theatre or vaudeville beforehand. As one of the older and plumper actresses she usually played matriarchal roles.
Mills died of myocarditis on July 31, 1943, at 485 Rugby Road in Kings County in Brooklyn, New York, at the age of 68. She is buried in the Locust Section of Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx. 
|1915||Runaway June||Mrs. Moore|
|1915||The Moth and the Flame||Mrs. Walton|
|1916||My Lady Incog||Mrs. De Veaux|
|1916||The Summer Girl||Mrs. Anderson|
|1916||A Coney Island Princess||Alice's Mother|
|1917||The Recoil||Mrs. Somerset|
|1917||Queen X||Mrs. Evans|
|1917||Married in Name Only||Mrs. Francis|
|1917||The Square Deceiver||Mrs. Pugfeather|
|1918||The Passing of the Third Floor Back||Miss De Hooley|
|1918||When Men Betray||Mrs. Gardner|
|1918||Ashes of Love|
|1919||Piccadilly Jim||Mrs. Peter Pett|
|1920||Dr Jeykll and Mr Hyde||Mrs. Lanyon||Short Film|
|1921||You Find It Everywhere||Mrs. Normand|
|1922||A Pasteboard Crown||Claire Morrell|
|1923||Mighty Lak' a Rose||Mrs. Trevor|
|1923||His Children's Children||Mrs. Rufus Kayne|
|1933||How've You Bean?||Mother of the Groom||Short Film|
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