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Louise Sydmeth (1868–1938)

Louise Sydmeth was born in 1868. She was an actress and writer, known for Never Known to Smile (1913), Bobby's Dream (1912) and Mike's Hero (1911). She died on November 26, 1938 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Never Known to Smile
Never Known to Smile Mrs. O'Brien
(1913)
Bobby's Dream
Bobby's Dream Bobby's Mother
(1912)
Mike's Hero
Mike's Hero Mike's Mother
(1911)
A Queen for a Day
(1912)

Filmography

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 1925 Soul-Fire
The Disappointed Musician's Wife
 1913 Never Known to Smile (Short)
Mrs. O'Brien
 1912 His Mother's Hope (Short)
The Governess
 1912 A Queen for a Day (Short)
The Maid
 1912 Bobby's Dream (Short)
Bobby's Mother
 1912 Under False Colors (Short)
Mrs. Goodwin - Marcia's Mother
 1912 The Usurer's Grip (Short)
The 'Bawler-Out'
 1912 Alone in New York (Short)
The Landlady
 1912 Marjorie's Diamond Ring (Short)
A Servant
 1912 The Grouch (Short)
The Apple Woman
 1912 The Little Artist of the Market (Short)
The Little Artist's Aunt
 1912 The Little Bride of Heaven (Short)
Mrs. Litinksy - the Neighbor
 1912 The Shadow on the Blind (Short)
Miss Golding
 1912 A Western Prince Charming (Short)
Mrs. Maloney - Hotel Operator
 1911 Mike's Hero (Short)
Mike's Mother
 1911 The Modern Dianas (Short)
The Servant's Wife
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 1915 The Silent Tongue (Short) (story)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: For the Defense. Written by Elmer Rice. Playhouse Theatre: 19 Dec 1919- Feb 1920 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett, Walter Brown, Louise Closser Hale, Charles F. Coghlan, William A. Crimans, Frederica Going, N. St. Clair Hales, Mary Jeffery, Virginia Jones, Winifred Lenihan, Adrienne Morrison, Angela... See more »

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