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Vivienne Osborne (1896–1961)

Vivienne Osborne was born on December 10, 1896 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA as Vera Vivienne Spragg. She was an actress, known for I Accuse My Parents (1944), Two Seconds (1932) and Supernatural (1933). She was married to Hine, Francis Worthington. She died on June 10, 1961 in Malibu, California, USA. See full bio »

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(age 64) in Malibu, California, USA

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 1944 I Accuse My Parents
Mrs. Wilson
 1940 So You Won't Talk
Maxie Carewe
 1940 Captain Caution
Victorine
 1940 Primrose Path
Thelma
 1937 She Asked for It
Ceila Stettin
 1937 The Crime Nobody Saw
Suzanne Duval
 1937 Champagne Waltz
Countess Mariska
 1936 Sinner Take All
Alicia
 1936 Wives Never Know
Renée La Journée
 1936 Follow Your Heart
Gloria Forrester
 1936 Let's Sing Again
Rosa Donelli
 1935 No More Ladies
Lady Diana Knowleton
 1933 The Devil's in Love
Rena Corday
 1933 The Phantom Broadcast
Elsa Evans
 1933 Sailor Be Good
Red Dale
 1933 Luxury Liner
Sybil Brenhard
 1932 Men Are Such Fools
Lilli Arno
 1932 Life Begins
Mrs. McGilvary
 1932 The Dark Horse
Maybelle Blake, Hal's ex-wife
 1932 Week-End Marriage
Shirley
 1932 The Famous Ferguson Case
Mrs. Marcia Ferguson
 1932 Two Kinds of Women
Helen
 1931 Masquerade (Short)
 1931 Husband's Holiday
Mary Boyd
 1931 Beloved Bachelor
Elinor Hunter
 1931 The Nightingale (Short)
The Cabaret Singer
 1922 The Good Provider
Pearl Binswanger
 1921 Cameron of the Royal Mounted
Mandy Haley
 1921 Mother Eternal
Julia Brennon
 1921 The Right Way
The Rich Boy's Sweetheart
 1920 Over the Hill to the Poorhouse
Isabella Strong
 1920 The Restless Sex
Marie Cliff (as Vivian Osborne)
 1920 Love's Flame
Adele De Ronsard
 1920 In Walked Mary
Betsy Caldwell
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Stage Play: New Toys. Comedy/tragedy. Written by Milton Herbert Gropper and Oscar Hammerstein II. Fulton Theatre: 18 Feb 1924- Mar 1924 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Louise Closser Hale (as "Mrs. Warner"), Mary Duncan, Robert McWade (as "George Clark"), Frances Nelson, Robert Emmett O'Connor (as "Sam Wilks"), Vivienne ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Vivian Osborne

Height:

5' 4" (1.63 m)
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Acted in early talkies for Warner Brothers and Paramount, often in the part of the seductress or the 'other woman'. See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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