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Winifred Bryson (1892–1987)

A sultry, olive-skinned California native, Winifred Bryson (born Brison) began acting professionally in 1915. Her first appearance was in a Los Angeles stage production of "Regeneration" opposite Bert Lytell. She was a member of the Belasco Stock Theater, appeared in musical comedies, and officially entered motion pictures in 1921. Her first ... See full bio »
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 1928/I Adoration
 1924 The Lover of Camille
'The Unknown'
 1924 Flirting with Love
Estelle Van Arden
 1924 Behind the Curtain
Laura Bailey
 1924 The Law Forbids
Inez Lamont
 1924 Don't Doubt Your Husband
Alma Lane
 1923 Pleasure Mad
Geraldine de Lacy
 1923 Thundering Dawn
Lullaby Lou
 1923 Crashin' Thru
 1923 Truxton King
Olga Platanova
 1923 Suzanna
Dolores Rodriguez
 1922 The Great Night
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 1922 South of Suva
Pauline Leonard
 1921 Her Face Value
 1921 A Heart to Let
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Stage Play: Lombardi, Ltd. Written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. Morosco Theatre: 24 Sep 1917- Jun 1918 (296 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott (as "Millie McNeal"), Warner Baxter (as "Riccardo Tosello") [only Broadway role], Hallam Bosworth ] (as "James Hodgkins"), Winifred Bryson (as "Muriel") [only Broadway role], Leo Carrillo (... See more »

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