Hilde Maroff by Alexander Binder, c. 1928.
|Died||15 August 1984 80)(aged|
|Years active||1923-1938 (film)|
Hilde Maroff (1904–1984) was a German stage and film actress.She was the mother of the child actor Peter Bosse.
Jane Winton was an American film actress, dancer, opera soprano, writer, and painter.
Margaret Seddon was an American stage and film actress. She appeared in 104 films between 1915 and 1951. Her most memorable role was perhaps as one of The Pixilated Sisters, in which she was in a comedic stage act with actress Margaret McWade. Later in 1936 they reprised their roles in the film Mr Deeds Goes to Town. On Broadway, Seddon performed in Modern Marriage (1911) and The Things That Count (1913). She was born in Washington, D.C., and died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dot Farley was an American film actress who appeared in 280 motion pictures between 1910 and 1950. She was also known as Dorothea Farley and Dorothy Farley.
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Georg John was a German stage and film actor.
Carl Theodor Auen was a German film actor of the silent era. He appeared in 119 films between 1914 and 1938. Auen was a member of the Militant League for German Culture and also a member of the Advisory Council (Präsidialrat) of the president of the Reichsfilmkammer.
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Sophie Berg Pagay (1860–1937) was an Austrian stage and film actress, born in Brünn, Austria-Hungary. She began acting as a child, and went to Berlin to perform on stage in 1887. She married actor Hans Pagay.
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