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Pearl Sindelar (1887–1958)

Pearl Sindelar was born on February 5, 1887 in Virginia City, Nevada, USA. She was an actress, known for Cleopatra (1912), The Depth of Hate (1913) and When a Woman Wastes (1913). She was married to Charles Sindelar. She died on July 9, 1958 in Glendale, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Cleopatra Iras - An Attendant
The Depth of Hate
The Depth of Hate The Owner of the Estate
When a Woman Wastes
The Turning Point
The Turning Point The Thief


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 1928 The Four-Footed Ranger
Mary Doolittle
 1927 A Made-To-Order Hero
Aunt Saphronia
 1924 Peter Stuyvesant (Short)
Mrs. Stuyvesant
 1924 Pied Piper Malone
Malone Sister
 1923 The Glimpses of the Moon
Grace Fulmer
 1914 Jolts of Jealousy (Short)
Gladys Kanhee - the Wife
 1914 Detective Craig's Coup
Mae Edwards
 1914 A Leech of Industry (Short)
Margaret Wright
 1914 The Wasted Years (Short)
Alice Marshall - Jack's Wife
 1914 The Second Generation (Short)
Hazel Hamilton - the Evil Influence
 1914 Broken Lives (Short)
Mrs. George Emery
 1914 The Resurrection (Short)
Margaret Sargeant
 1913 A Scandinavian Scandal (Short)
Mrs. Brown
 1913 Two Mothers (Short)
The Foster Mother
 1913 The Depth of Hate (Short)
The Owner of the Estate
 1913/II The Turning Point (Short)
The Thief
 1913 When a Woman Wastes (Short)
 1913 The Governor's Double (Short)
The Governor's Fiancée
 1913 Puttin' It Over on Papa (Short)
Bessie Sinclair
 1913 The Crooked Bankers (Short)
Miss Jenkins
 1913 The Italian Bride (Short)
The Italian Bride
 1913 Innocence (Short)
Mrs. Tom Johnson
 1913 The Wrong Bottle (Short)
The Younger Sister
 1912 Cleopatra
Iras - An Attendant (as Miss Sindelar)

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Attractive silent screen actress from the repertory stage. Starred in one-and two reel melodramas for American Pathé between 1913 and 1914. Subsequently in supporting roles.

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