|Born||June 26, 1896|
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Died||November 17, 1977 81) (aged|
Danvers, Massachusetts, U.S.
Zena Virginia Keefe (June 26, 1896 – November 16, 1977) was an American actress in silent film, active in the 1910s and 1920s. 
Keefe was born on June 26, 1896,  in San Francisco, California.  Her parents were James P. Keefe and Allie Turbiville Keefe. When Keefe was three years old, she appeared in a production of Brownies in Fairyland. She was educated at a convent in San Francisco until she and her parents moved to New York. 
For three seasons, Keefe portrayed Little Mother in a touring production of The Fatal Wedding. She left the theater to appear in films with Vitagraph, but after less than a year with that company she began performing as a featured attraction in Keith Vaudeville. Late in 1914, she went back to Vitagraph. 
Keefe's film debut in short films occurred in 1911.  By 1916, she was playing a substantial role in films including Her Maternal Right , and leading roles in films like Enlighten Thy Daughter (1917). She continued to appear in at least a few movies every year, until her final appearance in Trouping with Ellen in 1924.
Keefe's work in films included the serial The Perils of Girl Reporters.  Studios for which she worked included Selznick Pictures. 
Keefe married William M. Brownell.[ citation needed ]
Keefe died on November 16, 1977, in Danvers, Massachusetts.[ citation needed ]
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