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Muriel Kirkland (1903–1971)

Muriel Kirkland was born on August 19, 1903 in Yonkers, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Hold Your Man (1933), Fast Workers (1933) and The White Parade (1934). She was married to Staats Cotsworth. She died on September 26, 1971 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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Hold Your Man
Hold Your Man Bertha
Fast Workers
Fast Workers Millie
The White Parade
The White Parade Glenda Farley
Love Is Never Blind
Love Is Never Blind The Voice of Experience


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 1965 The Nurses (TV Series)
Cora Alexander
 1961 The Heiress (TV Movie)
Lavinia Penniman
 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series)
- Mary Stuart (1960) ... Hannah
 1958 Decoy (TV Series)
Mrs. Morgan
 1958 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
Miss Amy
- The Third Person (1958) ... Miss Amy
 1952 Man Against Crime (TV Series)
- Fuller's Folly (1952) ... Hortense
 1952 Mrs. Thanksgiving (TV Movie)
 1951-1952 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- The Vase (1952)
- The Vote Getter (1951)
 1951-1952 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Mother / Ellen Crandall / Mary
- The Foggy, Foggy Dew (1952) ... Mother
- Tin Badge (1951) ... Ellen Crandall
- Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1951) ... Mary
 1948 Actor's Studio (TV Series)
 1935 Love Is Never Blind (Short)
The Voice of Experience
 1934 The White Parade
Glenda Farley
 1934 Nana
 1933 To the Last Man
Molly Hayden
 1933 Secret of the Blue Room
Betty, the maid
 1933 Hold Your Man
 1933 Cocktail Hour
Olga Raimoff aka Tessie Burns
 1933 Fast Workers

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Stage Play: Lady of Letters. Comedy. See more »


5' 1" (1.55 m)

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Stage actress (on Broadway from 1925), who played a few small roles in minor Hollywood films of the 1930's.

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