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Theresa Maxwell Conover (1884–1968)

Theresa Maxwell Conover was born on September 26, 1884 in Richmond, Indiana, USA. She was an actress, known for When Knighthood Was in Flower (1922), The Light in the Dark (1922) and Night Life of the Gods (1935). She died in September 1968 in Levittown, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1941 Free and Easy
Lady Ridgeway
 1936 Rainbow on the River
Mrs. Logan (uncredited)
 1935 Peter Ibbetson
Sister of Mercy (uncredited)
 1935 Reckless
Woman with Smiley at Racetrack (uncredited)
 1935 Mississippi
Miss Markham
 1935 Night Life of the Gods
Alice Lambert
 1934 The Mighty Barnum
Mrs. Waldo Astor (uncredited)
 1934 Half a Sinner
Mrs. Gregory
 1933 Gallant Lady
Aunt Martha (uncredited)
 1933 Brief Moment
Mrs. Deane
 1932 Men of America
 1932 The Kid from Spain
Miss Martha Oliver (uncredited)
 1932 The All-American (uncredited)
 1930 Queen High
Mrs. Rockwell
 1927 The Lunatic at Large
Aunt Teddy
 1925 I Want My Man
Mrs. Sartori
 1924 Yolanda
Queen Margaret
 1922 Polly of the Follies
Mrs. Potter
 1920 The Daughter Pays
Mrs. Mynors (as Theresa Maxwell)
 1918 Just Sylvia
Mrs. Layton Du Roc

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Play, Genius, Play!. Comedy. Written by Judith Kandel. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by Jo Graham. St. James Theatre: 30 Oct 1935- Nov 1935 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Effie Afton (as "First Girl"), Hardie Albright (as "Paul Carey"), Walter Armin (as "Proprietor"), Barbara Brown, Theresa Maxwell ... See more »

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Theresa Maxwell

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Star of the Broadway stage (from 1911), noted for her regal bearing and exquisite diction. She appeared in several silent pictures and was still evident in supporting roles after the coming of sound.

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