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Nance O'Neil (1874–1965)

Nance O'Neil was born on October 8, 1874 in Oakland, California, USA as Gertrude Lamson. She was an actress, known for Cimarron (1931), The Rogue Song (1930) and Kreutzer Sonata (1915). She was married to Alfred Hickman. She died on February 7, 1965 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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Cimarron Felice Venable
The Rogue Song
The Rogue Song Princess Alexandra
Kreutzer Sonata
Kreutzer Sonata Miriam Friedlander
The Toilers
The Toilers Jane Brett


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 1932 False Faces
Mrs. Finn
 1932 Westward Passage
Mrs. von Stael (uncredited)
 1931 Their Mad Moment
Grand Mere
 1931 Transgression
Honora 'Nora' Maury
 1931 The Good Bad Girl
Mrs. J.P. Henderson
 1931 Resurrection
Princess Marya
 1930 The Eyes of the World
 1930 Call of the Flesh
Mother Superior
 1930 The Florodora Girl
Mrs. Vibart
 1930 The Lady of Scandal
Lady Trench
 1930 The Rogue Song
Princess Alexandra
 1930 Ladies of Leisure
Mrs. Strong
 1929 His Glorious Night
 1919 The Mad Woman (Short)
 1917 The Seven Deadly Sins
Alma (Greed) & (Seventh Sin)
 1917 The Final Payment
 1917 Mrs. Balfame
Mrs. Balfame
 1917 The Seventh Sin
 1917 Greed
 1916 The Iron Woman
Sarah Maitland
 1916 The Toilers
Jane Brett
 1916 The Flames of Johannis
Zirah / Marika
 1916 The Witch
Zora Fernandez
 1916 Souls in Bondage
Rosa Brenner
 1915/I A Woman's Past
Jane Hawley
 1913 The Count of Monte Cristo

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Stage Play: Magda (Revival). Written by Hermann Sudermann. Directed by McKee Rankin. Daly's Theatre: 21 Nov 1904- 23 Nov 1904 (5 performances). Cast: Ricca Allen (as "Franziska") [Broadway debut], Gertrude Binley (as "Marie"), Charles Dalton (as "Hefterdinct"), Charles Millward (as "Dr. Von Keller"), Nance O'Neil (as "Magda"), McKee Rankin... See more »

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5' 8" (1.73 m)

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Her father, a religious zealot, publicly denounced her in church for becoming an actress. See more »

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