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Sigrid Holmquist (1899–1970)


Sigrid Holmquist was born on February 21, 1899 in Borås, Västra Götalands län, Sweden. She was an actress, known for The Men Women Love (1926), The Early Bird (1925) and The Crackerjack (1925). She was married to Anthony Cirici. She died on July 9, 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. See full bio »

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Known For

The Men Women Love
The Men Women Love Madame Nola
(1926)
The Early Bird
The Early Bird Jean Blair
(1925)
The Crackerjack
The Crackerjack Rose Bannon
(1925)
School for Wives
School for Wives Betty Lynch
(1925)

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 1927 Clothes Make the Woman (Short)
 1926 The Men Women Love
Madame Nola
 1925 The Crackerjack
Rose Bannon
 1925 School for Wives
Betty Lynch
 1924 Two Shall Be Born
Janet Van Wyck
 1924 Meddling Women
Grace Ainsworth
 1924 Youth for Sale
Connie Sutton
 1923 A Gentleman of Leisure
Molly Creedon
 1922 My Old Kentucky Home
Virginia Sanders
 1922 The Prophet's Paradise
Mary Talbot
 1921 Just Around the Corner
Essie Birdsong
 1921 A Modern Robinson (as Bie Holmquist)
 1920 Flickorna i Åre
Stina (as Sie Holmquist)
 1920 Kärlek och björnjakt (Short)
Greta (as Sie Holmquist)
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 1923 Hollywood
Herself
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Alternate Names:

Bie Holmquist | Sie Holmquist
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Known as the Swedish "Mary Pickford," in 1921 she asked Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota to start legislative action for a ministry of fine arts stating that she wanted the government to "enforce the national pursuit of the beautiful." See more »

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