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Julia Stuart (I) (1867–1949)

Julia Stuart was born in 1867 in Sandwich, Kent, England. She was an actress, known for When an Old Maid Gets Busy (1912), Cousin Kate's Revolution (1912) and Her Week of Anguish (1912). She died on January 24, 1949 in The Bronx, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

When an Old Maid Gets Busy
When an Old Maid Gets Busy Abigail Bunce, the Old Maid
Cousin Kate's Revolution
Her Week of Anguish
She Wrote a Play
She Wrote a Play Miss Botch


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 1920 The North Wind's Malice
Mrs. Carter (as Julia Stewart)
 1919 Injustice
 1917 Vengeance Is Mine
Undetermined Role (as Julia Stewart)
 1917 The Painted Madonna
Annabel Dean
 1917 The Crimson Dove
Widow Oatmeal
 1917 Maternity
 1917 Moral Courage
Nancy Somers
 1916 The World Against Him
Mrs. Cranby
 1916 The Traveling Salesman
Mrs. Babbitt
 1916 Beyond the Wall
 1916 The Common Law
Mrs. Neville
 1916 Fruits of Desire
 1916 The Ballet Girl
Mrs. Raeburn
 1915 The Flash of an Emerald
Mrs. Watson
 1915 The Cotton King
Mrs. Drayson
 1915 The Little Dutch Girl
Mother Kranz
 1915 The Master Hand
Mrs. Rallston
 1915 The Little Miss Brown (Short)
Jane Glenton
 1915 The Boss
Mrs. Regan
 1915/I The Butterfly
 1915 The Arrival of Perpetua
Harriet Skycraft
 1914 The Pit
Aunt Wess
 1914/I Lola
Mrs. Mooney
 1914 When Broadway Was a Trail
Mistress Minuet
 1914 No Show for the Chauffeur (Short)
Jack's Aunt (unconfirmed)
 1914 The Character Woman (Short)
The Character Woman
 1914 The Miracle (Short)
The Woman
 1914 A Pearl of Great Price (Short)
Austin's Wife
 1914 Moonlight (Short)
Paul's Mother
 1914 In the Days of Old (Short)
The Cook
 1914 Allah 3311 (Short)
 1914 Tango Versus Poker (Short)
Mrs. Jones
 1914 His Daughter (Short)
Mrs. Albert Van Dyke - the Mother
 1914 Adrift (Short)
The Boy's Mother
 1914 Into the Wilderness (Short)
Mary Fitzmaurice
 1914 She Wrote a Play (Short)
Miss Botch (unconfirmed)
 1914 The First Nugget (Short)
The Squaw
 1913 The Highwayman's Shoes (Short)
The Old Witch
 1913 When Pierrot Met Pierrette (Short)
Mother Peters
 1913 Lady Babbie (Short)
Lord Primton's sister
 1913 The Reformation of Calliope (Short)
Mrs. Martins - Calliope's Mother
 1913 Cynthy (Short)
Sister Agatha
 1913 Big Hearted Jim (Short)
Aline Mitchell
 1913 From the Beyond (Short)
Mrs. Myers, Otto's Mother
 1913 Private Box 23 (Short)
Mrs. Jones' Mother
 1913 Jacques the Wolf (Short)
Mrs. Francis
 1913 Why Aunt Jane Never Married (Short)
Jane's Mother
 1913 A Puritan Episode (Short)
Miriam Joyce
 1913 The Beaten Path (Short)
Mrs. Randolph Thorne
 1913 The Thirst for Gold (Short)
The Widow Drury
 1913 Soul to Soul (Short)
Mrs. Cave
 1913 The Greater Call (Short)
Mrs. Worthington
 1913 The Witch (Short)
Widow Martin
 1913 The Key (Short)
Mrs. Andrew Farley
 1913 A Wise Judge (Short)
Mrs. Snap
 1913 The Sons of a Soldier (Short)
 1913 A Night of Anguish (Short)
Mrs. Lindsay - Lawrence's Mother
 1913 For Better or for Worse (Short)
 1913 The Crimson Cross (Short)
 1913 The Man Who Dared (Short)
Julia Smith, RCMP's Wife
 1913 The Love Chase (Short)
Mrs. Forbes
 1913 The One Who Had to Pay (Short)
Mrs. McLennan
 1913 The Spectre Bridegroom (Short)
Mother, a Witch
 1913 The Return of Lady Linda (Short)
 1913 An Accidental Servant (Short)
 1913 A Tammany Boarder (Short)
 1912 The Vengeance of the Fakir (Short)
Mrs. Mulvaney
 1912 When an Old Maid Gets Busy (Short)
Abigail Bunce, the Old Maid
 1912/II The Black Sheep (Short)
Fanny Brock
 1912 Dick's Wife (Short)
Grace's Mother
 1912/I The Girl from the Country (Short)
 1912 Mother's Bankroll (Short)
Mrs. Tompkins - Mother
 1912 The Black Hand (Short)
Mrs. Bodkens
 1912 Their Children's Approval (Short)
The Widow
 1912 Caprices of Fortune (Short)
Mrs. Steadman, Bertha's Mother
 1912 A Choice by Accident (Short)
Widow Smith
 1912 Surprising Eliza (Short)
Mrs. Silas Hobbs
 1912 The Lucky Loser (Short)
Mrs. Worthing, Lily's Mother (as Miss Stewart)
 1912 The Passing Parade (Short)
 1912 Dolls (Short)
Mrs. Day
 1912 Robin Hood (Short)
Sheriff's Housekeeper
 1912 Boys Again (Short)
Mrs. Farmer Brown
 1912 Because of Bobbie (Short)
Mrs. Hilton, Hilton's Mother
 1912/II The Double Cross (Short)
Margaret, George's Housekeeper
 1912 The Cedarville Scandal (Short)
 1912 A Double Misunderstanding (Short)
 1912 The Holy City (Short)
Martha the Clergyman's Housekeeper
 1912 Three Men and a Girl (Short)
Mrs. Scrubbins - the Boarding House Keeper
 1912/I The High Cost of Living (Short)
The Widow (as Miss Stewart)
 1912 Saved from the Titanic (Short)
 1912 Her Week of Anguish (Short)
The Wife
 1912 Cousin Kate's Revolution (Short)
The Aunt
 1912 Oh, You Ragtime! (Short)
The Cook
 1912 Little Hands (Short)
The Grandmother
 1912 The Letter with the Black Seals (Short)
Kittie's Mother
 1912 Brooms and Dustpans (Short)
 1912 A Living Memory (Short)
A Trusted Servant
 1912 It Pays to Be Kind (Short)
 1912 Bridge (Short)
Mrs. Ward
 1912 The Fateful Diamond (Short)
 1912 Keeping an Eye on Father (Short)
Joshua Hamilton's Sister
 1911 The Slavey's Affinity (Short)
Mrs. Stuart
 1911 A Rebellious Blossom (Short)
Flo's Mother
 1911 Through Jealous Eyes (Short)
Mrs. Bedford - the Doctor's Wife
 1911 A Fascinating Bachelor (Short)
The Mother
 1911/I The Test (Short)
Miss Gillman's Mother

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Alternate Names:

Julia Stewart | Miss Stewart

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English-born character actress of silent films, on stage in Scotland from 1868.

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