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Mrs. A.C. Marston

Mrs. A.C. Marston is an actress, known for The Millionaire Baby (1915), Gwendolin (1914) and Under the Gaslight (1914). See full bio »

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Known For

The Millionaire Baby
The Millionaire Baby Marion Ocumpaugh
Gwendolin Lydia
Under the Gaslight
Love's Pilgrimage to America


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 1916 Madelaine Morel (Short)
Merope - an Actress
 1916 Pique (Short)
Arthur's Aunt Dorothy
 1916 Love's Pilgrimage to America
Mrs. Lester
 1915 Dora Thorne (Short)
Lady Earle
 1915 The Millionaire Baby
Marion Ocumpaugh
 1915 The Quarry (Short)
Mrs. Montgomery - Jim's Mother
 1915 Père Goriot (Short)
Madame Blanc
 1915/I Money (Short)
Sir John's Wife (as A.C. Marston)
 1914 On the Heights (Short)
 1914 Cousin Pons (Short)
Mme. Cibot
 1914 Under the Gaslight
 1914 The Romance of a Poor Young Man (Short)
Helouin - the Governess
 1914 Masks and Faces (Short)
Kitty Clive
 1914 Martin Chuzzlewit (Short)
The widow Lupin
 1914 Gwendolin (Short)
 1914 The Power of the Press (Short)
Mrs. Harold Norwood aka Julia Seymour (as A.C. Marston)
 1914 The Road to Yesterday (Short)
 1914 The Ring and the Book (Short)
 1914/I The Cricket on the Hearth (Short)
Mrs. Fielding (as A.C. Marston)
 1914/II The Fatal Wedding (Short)

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Alternate Names:

A.C. Marston

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