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Queenie Leighton (1872–1943)

Queenie Leighton was born on July 18, 1872 in Auroraville, Wisconsin, USA as Lilian Caroline Augusta Rickard. She was an actress, known for Screen Struck (1916). She was married to Frederick Charles Cockerill and William Hotten George (surgeon). She died on November 19, 1943 in Farnworth, Lancashire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Screen Struck
Screen Struck Polly Piecan


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 1929 The Greenwood Tree (uncredited)
 1916 Screen Struck
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She acted in Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton's play, "The Toreador," at the Gaiety Theatre in London, England with Marie Studholme, George Grossmith Jr., Gertie Millar, Emilie Herve, Olive May, Nancy Langtyre, Millicent Vernon, Florence Warde, Lydia West, Harry Gratton, Lionel Mackinder, Ethel Sydney, Violet Lloyd, Edmund Payne... See more »

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Father: William Henry Rickard; Mother: Fanny Harriet Whichelo.

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