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Kathleen Clifford (I) (1887–1962)

Kathleen Clifford was born on February 16, 1887 in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. She was an actress, known for Richard the Lion-Hearted (1923), When the Clouds Roll by (1919) and Who Is Number One? (1917). She was married to Miomir Peter Illitch (banker). She died on December 28, 1962 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Richard the Lion-Hearted
Richard the Lion-Hearted Queen Berengaria
When the Clouds Roll by
When the Clouds Roll by Lucette Bancroft
Who Is Number One?
Who Is Number One? Aimee Villon
Angel Child
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 1928 Excess Baggage
Mabel Ford
 1927 Life in Hollywood No. 6 (Short)
 1925 Sporting Life
Molly McGuire
 1925 The Love Gamble
Fifi Gordon
 1924 Grandpa's Girl (Short)
 1924 No More Women
Daisy Crenshaw
 1923 Richard the Lion-Hearted
Queen Berengaria
 1922 Kick In
Frou Frou
 1921 Cold Steel
Janet Hosmer
 1919 When the Clouds Roll by
Lucette Bancroft
 1919 Angel Child
Glory Moore
 1918 The Law That Divides
Kathleen Preston
 1917 Who Is Number One?
Aimee Villon
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 1923 Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 17 (Documentary short)

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Stage and vaudeville actress.

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Vaudeville comedienne and male impersonator billed as "The Smartest Chap in Town". Regularly performed on Broadway between 1902 and 1916. Occasional film appearances in leading roles with Paramount from 1917. Left acting shortly after the coming of sound and became proprietor of 'Broadway Florist' in Hollywood.

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